3 ways to bring a project back from the dead

11/2/2009 | Web Worker Daily

If you decide to resurrect a failed project, figure out how much it will cost in terms of hours and resources; look at your past mistakes to figure out what you shouldn't do; and keep it simple so you can be flexible if things go wrong, Celine Roque advises. She also recommends never bring back a project "just because you have nothing better to do."

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