Sometimes people ask me: “What’s that about project troubleshooting? What does it mean? Who does anybody need this kind of stuff? What are you guys doing? And what’s the benefit at the end?” I want to provide some answers on these question. I have invited a friend of mine, who has worked as project troubleshooter for a decade. Maik Pfingsten is an elaborated engineer, a versatile project leader and he has saved a lot of projects under rough conditions. He meanwhile works as mentor, speaker, author and coach for specific topics round about projects in trouble.
He tells us a lot about his very personal way of coping with projects in trouble. About the regular steps he has used and the experiences he has gathered during his long journey.
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