Collaborative Planning: Three truths on perfect project planning
sponsored by Projectplace

Humans are not machines; they’re people driven by social interaction and the desire to contribute and have their effort recognized in a group.

Accepting this truth and applying it to project management has led successful organizations to reject the top-down, production-line project management models that originated with large, industrial companies in the 1930s and instead embrace revolutionary human-centric social project management concepts.

Read this white paper to:

  • Get an in-depth understanding of the thinking behind social project management concepts and learn how to apply them to your organization’s next important project
  • Uncover three truths on perfect project planning
  • And discover the power of collaborative planning.
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