Losing traction on a project? You might actually be able to turn things around.
Imagine this. You’re the lead on a major tech project that’s been underway for a while – like a CRM implementation.
All of a sudden, things stop. Decisions aren’t being made. Your Director’s not committing to a contract. All that work, basically frozen in time.
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To anyone who’s ever had a project unexpectedly lose momentum – let’s chat.
Imagine this. You’re the lead on a major tech initiative, like evaluating a new CRM.
You pour your heart into the research. You spend hours watching demos. You come up with a spreadsheet comparison – or eloquently written Word Doc proposal – to share with your Director.
Then, crickets. And you’re left wondering where you went wrong.
This is a common narrative in the sector. Whether you work in programs or technology, projects can seem to go full steam ahead before coming to a sudden, screeching halt.
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