Do you need a project champion?

12/26/2013 | Small Business Trends

If you're trying to make a big change at your business, you'll need a "project champion" to lead the charge and make sure everyone is on the same page, writes Chris Miles of Miles Technologies. This champion should be able to motivate others and have top-notch problem-solving skills, he writes. "A project champion greatly reduces the likelihood of project failure," Miles writes.

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