Lessons Learned: A Simple Framework for Project Managers

“Not again!” I could hear Dan, one of the other project managers, from across the hall. Excusing myself to my co-worker, I hurried over.  “What’s happened?” He gestured to his computer screen, which looked like it had a new Easter egg screensaver. “Paul sent this UI to the client without running it by me first.”...

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