Some organisation just handle things. They take whatever comes in their direction and find a way to deal with it with confidence.
It’s the difference between a first time project manager and an old and practiced hand. Between knowing what to do and making it up as you go along. Between having a system for ensuring excellence and relying on heroic endeavours over the weekend.
In reality, the difference is between organisations who know their capabilities and capacities and stay within the lines – even whilst they’re spreading them wider – and those who don’t like or use or live with guidelines.
The skippy organisations keep an eye on the wind and put people and systems in place before they become critical, most times even before they commit. They think Support whenever they think Development.
Their expectation – we’ve got this.
Skippy strategy: Don’t throw it together, make it bullet proof.
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