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Project management: when good IT projects go bad

Michael Fitzgerald | July 26, 2010
Problem projects--killed, euthanized or launched with disappointing results--can leave techies with unresolved feelings that linger for years.

Wise managers will gently remind staffers that there will be other projects and that they can learn a lot of lessons from troubled ones. "These projects teach you to be adaptable, to deal with frustrations, resource shortages, and so on," Corless says. Project failure may not be fun at the time, he adds, but it doesn't have to keep a good IT person down.


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