Deviations from a project plan are inevitable; however, some projects reach a crisis state when the project’s critical path is severely compromised and non-critical tasks become critical. For this week’s discussion, read:
Goździewska-Nowicka, A., Janicki, T., & Wilska, E. (2017). Project management in crisis situations. Torun Business Review, 16(2), 53-62.
Answer these questions:
- What can managers do to deal with a project crisis where the project plan has to be adapted to significant changes that stem from the crisis?
- How can organizations use the experience of a project crisis to better their project management planning process for future projects?
Use at least one peer-reviewed source beyond the text in your initial post, course content, and course readings to support your position.
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