37. Distinguishing between Temporary Bottlenecks and Need to Hire/Contract
Much of the information you will find in this chapter has been discussed previously. However, it was presented under a variety of headings and chapters, as related to the specific challenges focused on by those chapters. This chapter gathers it under one roof, for a laser beam focus on resources.
When you implement this book’s approach to multi-project management, it changes the way that project resources are managed. This is because:
By reducing the amount of active project work, many resources that were bottlenecks before are no longer blocking project progress (see Part V).
By preparing tasks properly for execution (full kit, entry and exit criteria), ...