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Your GPS for Project Management: Know Where You\u27ve Been, Where You Are, and Where You\u27re Going and Bypass Roadblocks Along the Way!

By Rachael Cohen

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A 2014 Project Management Institute report names poor communication as one of the leading causes in project failure. Lapses in communication can cause your projects to fail, be inefficient, or take longer than they should. As librarians take on more and more tasks, committee work, and overall responsibility, it becomes crucial to recognize where there are traffic jams, and how you can keep everyone moving on the same journey. You will need a way to keep colleagues up to date, improve the accountability of work, and increase transparency with administration and other stakeholders. The final destination should encourage staff reflection and knowledge sharing, foster teamwork, and improve communication

Publisher: DigitalCommons@Macalester College
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.macalester.edu:libtech_conf-1697
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