Meetings are most often the setting for engaging new ideas, confirming previous positions and making important decisions. But there are a number of common psychological traps that can sabotage the process and the decision-making of well-intentioned project leaders, including dissonance, rationalization and circular causation.
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El deseo de todo equipo de proyecto es cumplir con un proyecto exitoso, sin ingresar en los criterios de éxito dado que pueden diferir entre empresas hay diez principios que sugiero seguirlos.
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