Why Take This Class?
A death march is when project staff members believe the project is destined for failure, or that it requires a stretch of unsustainable effort to achieve any success.
Death marches are not necessary to get work done. With some data and a couple of easy negotiation skills, a project can avoid a death march and still keep management and stakeholders happy.
After this two-hour class, you will know:
- The common causes of death marches
- How to develop data and options used in negotiation
- A simple negotiation approach to address the concerns of customers and managers
- How to manage project scope changes