Think about a successful project.
The clients are on board, everything is delivered when it is supposed to be, communication is smooth, and progress is tracked. There are no surprises, and the job is completed on time and within budget.
That’s the dream.
But that doesn’t always happen. Projects can go awry, with materials, labor, costs and the client relationship flying out of control. Fortunately, one of the best ways to prevent a project from going off the rails is by practicing great project management.