Common Project Manager Mistakes


A short list of the potential problems resulting from inadequate stakeholder identification and analysis include:

  • Increased project risk in the form of unknown unknowns that unpredictably manifest as surprises throughout the project life cycle.
  • Increased demands from senior management stakeholders for frequent and detailed project progress and status information.
  • Delivering a “successful failure.” By this I mean, delivering on the known and agreed requirements without recognition that those requirements did not include input from important (unknown) stakeholder constituencies.
  • Reduced ability to effectively anticipate and manage stakeholder expectations.
  • Increased scope instability and frequent change control challenges.

Source: http://blog.globalknowledge.com/certification/common-project-manager-mistakes-1-limiting-stakeholders

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One response to “Common Project Manager Mistakes

  1. prakashec058

    Thanks for sharing these useful tips of project manager , these will certainly help me to become a good project management professional

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