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4 Ways to Power Through Tough Projects
Sometimes changes on your projects are totally out of your control. For example, a key manager at a client may move on and his replacement is less than pleased with your company. What can you do to keep your nose to the grindstone and power through these tough times? Use the following four insights to help you move through such changes with your head held high.
It was a great project manager job. I spent the early part of the week at the corporate office catching up on what was going on in the company, meeting with developers and managers on my projects, and going out to lunch with friends. The rest of the week it was important for me to be onsite at our largest client’s office, since we were so integrated into what their company was doing.
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