Brad leans back in his chair as he finishes his sandwich. Life is good. He believes he already understands the project management process fairly well; he demonstrated that when he came up with a more cost-effective solution than the one Gina had handed him.
And he’s proud of the way he was able to work with others in the organization (many of whom are now on his team) to prepare and present a comprehensive business case for his project. “And I got it approved by management in record time,” he says to himself and smiles.
Brad looks forward to the challenge of leading his project core team. Suddenly he lurches forward in his chair … again.
“How am I going to get all of this work done?” He picks up ...