If you are going to fail, fail fast

The average large company, running around 150 projects at any one time, loses £13 million a year by not stopping projects that are failing. It’s not always management’s responsibility to cancel projects: if you’re working on something that you know isn’t going to deliver the proposed benefits, you need to speak up. Quickly.

First guest blog in the 'top tip for project management series' by Elizabeth Harrin, author of Social Media for Project Managers and the blog A Girl’s Guide to Project Management.

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