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Tendency toward complexity

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One of the challenges that we face in project management is that systems and processes tend to become more complex over time. An example of this how the PMBoK has increased from magazine thickness at it’s inception, to a regular book thickness today. Yet like any skill set, project management itself becomes more of a commodity over time.

How do we find the right balance between useful processes and too many processes?

The complexity /

Of your over-blown systems/

Kills effectiveness

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