|‘Lots of folks confuse bad management with destiny.’|
|Frank McKinney Hubbard (1868–1932)|
According to a famous Irish bar philosopher, there are three types of people: those who make things happen, those whom things happen to and those who say, ‘What happened?’.
This homespun, tongue-in-cheek psychology can be accurately extended to project managers. There are those who make sure risks and issues are managed, those who react to events as they happen and those who say, ‘What’s happened to my project?’. In some cases, project managers ...