Create and Sustain Client Ownership of Your Project

Harry Mingail describes your organization’s Enterprise Environmental Factors and its Organizational Process Assets. They dramatically affect your project, positively as well as negatively.
Harry Mingail describes your organization’s Enterprise Environmental Factors and its Organizational Process Assets. They dramatically affect your project, positively as well as negatively.
Harry Mingail describes your organization’s Enterprise Environmental Factors and its Organizational Process Assets. They dramatically affect your project, positively as well as negatively.

9781554891627_front_cvrRobert K. Wysocki (rkw@eiicorp.com) writes on sustaining client ownership of a project on the book The Keys to Our Success.

In his words “Lack of client involvement has been identified as a major reason for project failure. I would add that it’s not only important to have clients involved, but involvement must also be meaningful involvement.”

His key suggestion? Adopt a practice where you and the client co-manage the project.  Some good stuff here.  The Keys to Our Success is available on Amazon.com in hard copy or e-version. https://ow.ly/PPXtB

 

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