Why Projects Fail
2. Asking The Right Questions
I f you choose not to ask questions, you are betting on the side of disaster. Asking good questions can open lines of communication, provide information, plant new ideas, solve problems, reduce mistakes, motivate people, and more. Don’t be afraid – ask - because the more you know, the better off you are.
3. The Desire to Succeed
"T here is no such thing as can’t, only won’t . . . all it takes is a burning desire to accomplish, to make a change . . .” -- Jan Ashford The easiest thing in the world is to say, “It can’t be done.” Do not blame, find fault, or rationalize. Instead, assess and determine whether the desire to succeed is sincere.
5. Dealing with Conflict
6. How to Enhance Creative Thinking
C reative thinking is often best achieved in a group setting. Techniques are available, which open the way for those engaged in the process to begin to understand and respect the perspective of others, while at the same time deepening their own understanding and analysis of the problem under scrutiny.