As my current project heads towards implementation it reminds me of going on an extended bike ride. You pace yourself for most of the time to ensure you can make it to the finish and as you draw closer to the end you increase your pace because you feel the need to either get to the finish quicker or you want to ensure it was a proper work out
Isnt it a belief on projects that if we dont increase ther pace and there is a sense of mild chaos that it isnt a real project? If we relaxed and strolled over the finish line did we truly deliver a great project ?
I have been working in IT for most industries during my career and delivering change through solutions combining process re-engineering and software systems. This has involved taking a disparate group of people to form project teams and setting out on a mission to change the business and drive it forward to meet compelling goals. Building and being part of a successful team is a great experience and seeing organizations and individuals embrace change is a rewarding experience. I want to share my insights into those experiences and thoughts and find out what others believe can make change fun and enjoyable.
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