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Team Leadership: 20 Proven Tools for Success by Glenn Parker

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Before You Plan, Prepare

Before you start your project plan, ask:

1.   What would a successful outcome look like?

2.   Who will benefit from this project?

3.   What methodology will you utilize?

4.   Will you partner with any other teams?

5.   What information or advice will you need?

6.   What technical resources will you need?

7.   What are the limitations or restrictions on the project?

8.   How will the project be evaluated?

“Failure to plan is preparing to fail.”

John Wooden

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