Changes - Early Identification is Key

Early identification of changes and conflicts is the first key to success.

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The capability to identify changes and conflicts early in the process is a combination of organizational structure, systems, management, training, and coaching.  

Change Management: Early Identification of Changes and Profitability. Earlier is Always Better.

In general, the earlier you can identify changes and conflicts, the higher the customer satisfaction and profitability.  

Which Project Manager in your company is best at early identification? Which Estimator? Field Supervisor?

What can you do to close the gaps between them and others on your team?  

Scalability is not about what one person can do on your team but what the collective average performance capabilities are. 


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