New launch projects are developments under construction. These properties have not yet been built, and developers sell their units off the floor plan. Sometimes, the developer builds show suites or a mock-up of the layout to help prospective buyers to visualise the space and placement of furniture.
No matter what you want to imagine to yourself, your business is about, truth is, if you are going to survive this economic crisis, you better start realizing what you need to do. Evaluating who is actually making you money and who is draining the well, is a plan for survival.
It’s “Murphy’s Law” you know. If something can get screwed up it probably well. This is the nature of projects and people. The goal of super-strong TSM Global and management is to do everything possible to assure success. This means developing “back-up” contingency plans. This does not mean the entire project plan has to have a back-up. What it does signal is that any Key Action Step or Assignment must be looked at for a back-up. In managing a number of teams and coaching managers over time, I can tell you the “back-up plan process” does not happen. The result is often delays, missed steps and blown opportunities to excel.
Ultimately, my overarching objective for REACH is to help people empower themselves — via my talks, workshops and classes (online, by phone and in person), self-paced CD programs with accompanying workbooks, my own upcoming “information hub” website, through social networking, in the news media and, of course, via my writings in English and eventually other languages (especially in the Asia Pacific).
The software process that I used before was built and release, build and release. This worked whilst I was learning the ropes, but there wasn’t much focus. The direction was not really there. Features could be made that weren’t that useful to the end goal (if an end goal was ever thought about). So with that in mind I thought it was time to edit the planning process.
It’s obvious which choice is the better approach, but unfortunately we’ve all seen project managers get into a defensive posture and just make all of us look bad! Don’t let that happen to you. We’re not perfect. We will miss things. If we own up to the fact that we may have missed something we will (ironically) come across stronger and more confident as a Project Manager. Plus, the other person feels better as a result and ends up as an ally rather than an adversary.
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