How to Manage When Your Project Budget is Cut [video]

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This short video gives you some tips on how to manage the situation when your project funding is reduced. For more detail on what you should do if your project budget is cut, check out this article.

Posted on: February 13, 2018 08:59 AM | Permalink

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Thank you Elizabeth for sharing the video and yes every PM faces this at least a couple of times if not more in career.

Thanks for sharing this, Elizabeth.

Good reminders, Elizabeth! It's important to take the time early in the life of a project to understand the relative priority of requirements so that when an unforeseen budget cut occurs, you can present a trimmed down Plan "B" in reasonable time.

Thanks Elizabeth.

Thank you so much Elizabeth, wonderful insight.


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