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Is your project falling apart and you're not sure how to rescue it? In this course, author and PMP Bob McGannon demonstrates time-tested strategies to rescue a failing project before it's too late, including a look at common indicators that trouble is ahead, a methodology for finding the root cause, and proactive strategies to realign your stakeholders, team, vision, and schedule.
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Hi, I am Bob McGannon and welcome to Rescuing Troubled Projects. During this course we will cover the identification of trouble projects, how to determine the root cause of your project troubles and how you can effectively rescue a project. We'll start by examining the early warning signals, and I'll guide you through a step by step process for identifying the root cause of your project troubles. Then I'll describe the tools and approaches you could use to rescue your project.
As not all projects can or should be rescued, we'll also discuss techniques to determine if your project is salvageable. We'll next explore techniques for relaunching your project to ensure your project remains healthy after your rescue efforts. Lastly, we will look at approaches to ensure your project does not become troubled again. Rescuing a project takes courage and persistence. Having the right tools and techniques can make the job much easier. So, let's get started with Rescuing Troubled Projects.
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