Why Projects Falter

Last month, I commented on the value of the project team model for certain kinds of initiatives in foodservice. Exploring the subject in detail is well beyond the scope of this column. However, it is worth considering the most common reasons project teams falter. Some are almost pre-destined to fail because managers do not follow some very basic rules. Here are a few of the main pitfalls to avoid:

Failure to support a project manager. Many managers will initiate projects

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