Ability to Identify and Resolve Problems

Problems will arise on any project, no matter how much planning and effort have been made to avoid them. Recovering from any such problem means that the earlier the project manager can address the problems, the better. Identifying problems may require the project manager to review tasks with resources in order to find the real causes of these problems. If the causes are not within the manager's own control or authority, then he or she must go to the project sponsor and seek advice there.

As alarming as this may seem, it may mean stopping the project until a solution is found, which is a good suggestion. Remember, the earlier you make the input to correct things, the smaller the input required.

Continuing to let tasks and milestones go off track will make it more difficult to correct the situation.

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