evey now and then we experience the bad results of an overdue, overcost, etc project, which is not optimal of course.
Surely we could defend our positions and say things like that: “70% of the ERP implementations are doomed to fail”. And we justified the uncomfortable situation, right?
Wrong! What is first rule, when you want to climb out from a pit? To get to know, that you are in a pit! So facing the truth, involving another (3. party) colleague with fresh viewpoint and work out a new schedule is far more useful than hide and hope…
We have to take responsibility all the time for our actions (that makes us larger than life) and moreover, the client will be also more satisfied and happy with us, seeing we admit our fault and we have a down-to-earth new (!) plan to solve it.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” — Albert Einstein