Constructively handle Concerns

by | Jun 13, 2019

There are always reasons to have concerns about a project. In fact, professional project managers will often formally divide these concerns into risk and uncertainty.  Some risks can be managed by tracking them and preparing for them. For instance, if your project involves riding bikes through an area with loose nails strewn about then it might be a good idea to have a repair kit on hand. Things a sudden earthquake affecting your ride would fall into the uncertainty camp.

Concerns are good as they can lead to better planning and controling the course of a project, but it’s important get the concerns out and handle them.  If you don’t unpack your concerns you can end up spending time neadlessly worrying and this can lead to anxiety and stress.

 
 

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