Involving a Manager from the Client Company in a Feasibility Study

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Business Consultant, India

Involving a Manager from the Client Company in a Feasibility Study

🔥NEW Many a times, an immature manager of a company is trying to push his thoughts to management on a particular project. But the management could be not agreeing. Then an external party is hired and if that manager is involved, he will by all means try to establish his thoughts in the analyses and conclusions. Because he wants to prove to his management that he was right earlier on. This becomes his selfish agenda.
Any external party should surrender or abandon such a project.

Professor, Ukraine

Disadvantages of Involving Immature Manager

I totally agree with you that human nature plays a very important role in the implementation of projects. Unfortunately, it often happens that human ambitions do not allow people to admit their own mistakes. This is one reason why project management is sometimes called more an art than a science. The weakest and least studied link in the chain of project implementation is always a person. And as we know, even if one link breaks, the whole chain is built in vain.
There is a simple recipe for this: we need to create a climate of trust in which managers are not afraid to admit their mistakes. People who are depressed and afraid of losing their jobs will never create anything outstanding.

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