The 77 Deadly Sins of Project Management ISBN:9781567262469

This book will show you how to combat the negative impact of project management sins, probe their manifestations and consequences for projects, and identify solutions. Nice to read this book. I have list those 77 deadly sins below, Just have a look if you have time. If you want to download or buy this book follow the ISBN mentioned in the title.

1 – Acquiescence
2 – Assuming
3 – Avoidance
4 – Barriers
5 – Blaming
6 – Blinders
7 – Bureaucracy
8 – Carelessness
9 – Chaos
10 – Charity
11 – Close-Mindedness
12 – Cluelessness
13 – Complacency
14 – Conflict
15 – Confusion
16 – Consensus
17 – Copying
18 – Cowardice
19 – Creep
20 – Democracy
21 – Despair
22 – Deviation
23 – Dispassion
24 – Disrespect
25 – Dysfunction
26 – Ego
27 – Excess
28 – Exclusion
29 – Excuses
30 – Failure
31 – Favoritism
32 – Fragmentation
33 – Gaming
34 – Guessing
35 – Haphazardness
36 – Helplessness
37 – Hope
38 – Immaturity
39 – Inattentiveness
40 – Indecision
41 – Inefficiency
42 – Inflexibility
43 – Isolation
44 – Lateness
45 – Laziness
46 – Magical Thinking
47 – Malfeasance
48 – Meetingitis
49 – Misalignment
50 – Miscommunication
51 – Mismanagement
52 – No Authority
53 – Not-Invented-Here
54 – Obtuseness
55 – Omission
56 – Opposition
57 – Politics
58 – Poor Planning
59 – Poor Requirements
60 – Popularity
61 – Powerlessness
62 – Prevarication
63 – Procrastination
64 – Promises
65 – Quitting
66 – Rebelliousness
67 – Resource Reallocation
68 – Rigidity
69 – Satisficing
70 – Scapegoating
71 – Shoddy Quality
72 – Shortsightedness
73 – Silence
74 – Surrender
75 – Suspicion
76 – Tunnel Vision
77 – Whining

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