Fifty shades of grey

Wherever possible in project management, vagueness should be your enemy. As a consultant my role often involves helping a team to eliminate ambiguity, to establish clear definitions; success or failure? Black or white? Not much in life is as straightforward as black or white. When you’re looking at anything involving people, then most of the answers are at least one (and more like several) shades of grey, but I think that is exactly what makes projects so challenging and interesting.

Wherever possible in project management, vagueness should be your enemy.  As a consultant my role often involves helping a team to eliminate ambiguity, to establish clear definitions; success or failure? Black or white?

Not much in life is as straightforward as black or white. When you’re looking at anything involving people, then most of the answers are at least one (and more like several) shades of grey, but I think that is exactly what makes projects so challenging and interesting.

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