Actually, I do have something to say...
As the title suggests, one of the most important things I learnt during my most recent assignment was not to be afraid to make mistakes.
It is human nature to strive for excellence and most if not all humans want to be seen as important and accepted by our peers, colleagues, friends, family and by the society irrespective of their social status. I think the society and prevailing laws inculcate a notion in us that making a mistake is punishable in some way. Hence, it is natural that one fears making mistakes.
This is the second part of a 2 part series discussing, The Project Board, or Steering Committee (the SteerCom), being a fundamental component of your project and can make or break it as easily as subject matter experts.
The Project Board, or Steering Committee (the SteerCom), is a fundamental component of your project and can make or break it as easily as subject matter experts. Too often they function as a rubber stamp, diverting project management into reporting without offering real value or support, but don’t view them as a necessary evil but an active part of the project organisation
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