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November 17, 2006


Marilynn Mobley


I couldn't agree more. I've often found that when things don't go quite right on a small project, it's usually because we tried to skip a step or we assumed it didn't need the kind of attention and process we would give a large project.

At my company we use a process called the Pioneer Thinking Roadmap. It is a seven step process that takes one from the first step of "define the problem" all the way through step seven, "evaluate." From the get-go it was obvious to me how to use it for a large project, but it seemed over the top for a small project.

Anyway, I used it for one of my smallest projects a few months ago and was surprised at how well it worked even for something I initially thought I could do using only experience and enthusiasm. I'm a believer now!

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