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Project Management Crisis – How to Handle It? An Infographic By Wrike

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Last updated on November 26, 2019

How To Handle A Project Management Crisis?

Project Management Crisis happens often in any business, but to handle it to fix the things in a proper way needs more tactics and intelligence.

Projects fail, you can’t avoid it forever you can only try to prevent it from happening often when you are facing a project management crisis stay calm and follow these steps brought out in this infographic, by Wrike web-based collaboration tools

How To Handle A Project Management Crisis? Check out this Infographic by Wrike management via @pvariel Click To Tweet

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How To Handle A Project Management Crisis? Here are some steps from Wrike Management web-based collaboration tools via Click To Tweet

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  1. Hello Philip,

    Indeed, the first step in the process for anyone considering crisis management planning should be a pre-crisis plan. It is important to be fully aware that a crisis is looming and needs to be dealt with straight away.

    There is a belief that if you ignore it, the situation will dissolve however this couldn’t be further from the truth. You need to focus on the bigger picture and take steps towards getting to that point.

    It is really very informative Infographic and the most important thing about it – In fewer points, you have covered almost every scenario regarding the topic.

    Eventually, thanks for sharing your informative experience with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar Kumar

    November 12, 2019
    • Hi Amar,
      Thanks again for your feedback on the latest post on Crisis Management.
      yes, the Infographic speaks volumes in a few sentences. A well-created one with all the needed ingredients on this subject.
      Keep sharing.
      Best Regards
      ~ Philipp

      November 13, 2019
  2. Super infographic Phil.
    We all have our plans, but when faced with reality, they break apart. So crisis are bound to emerge and one must know how to respond accordingly.
    Thanks again for this info-graphic. I’ll bookmark it for further reference.

    November 13, 2019
  3. Phil: First, you have a cuppa and reflect on the situation. The S.T.O.P rule according to preppers: Sit down, Think through the situation, Organize and check out your surroundings (Orientation), and Plan the next step and your near future.

    I have studied international project coordination, and thanks to the studies, I have drawn the conclusion that the crisis could be prevented, if you plan accordingly, and do follow-up session during the process of the project. Have you read Dr. Goldratt’s book, Critical Chain?

    All the Best,

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    November 14, 2019
  4. Lahiru Liyanage
    Lahiru Liyanage

    Very informative infographic which cover every area of handling a project management crisis.
    Every project is a learning experience. Failures alert us to not make the same errors again. Successes guide us to effectively navigate our current and future projects. Having the lessons learned documented and shared across the organization helps avoid and reduce the chances of failure. It also helps create best practices that can be incorporated into future endeavors.

    September 2, 2021

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