Project Failure, a Project Manager’s Failure.

An unofficial note.

  • Do you and/or your team works on weekends or late evenings/nights?
  • When the deadline approaches, do you get nervous?
  • Do you and/or your team members work more when the deadline is approaching?
  • Did any team member asked you clarifications about some tasks after she/he cross their deadlines?
  • Do you get nervous when you get a mail from customer or management?
  • Is your hand shivering when creating status reports?
  • When you wake up, do you feel like taking a day off?
  • Is testing team sitting keep asking you annoying questions?
  • Don’t you have a WBS?
  • Do you feel there is much ego clashes between team members which you feel difficulty to control?
  • Do you see team members trying jump out from your project/company?

 

If you have two or more of the above things, then Congrats!, you are a poor project manager and your project is in trouble Smile

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