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The PMO Podcast™ Points Memo suggests, “If you are not sure, then ask!" As is so often the case, success project managers and project participants don’t wait to be asked their opinions, rather the proactively raise issues and offer possible remedies. In any event, questions and concerns about the project are not criticisms of the plan or the people who prepared the plan, rather they are they way project team members communicate, gain insight and understanding about the project, and share and benefit from each other’s, potentially differing, perspectives. So, as a general project management rule of thumb, if you are not sure, then ask.
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