While it’s not uncommon for a project to encounter some type of challenge, most issues are manageable and easily handled by the team without any lasting negative impacts. However, problems that crop up repeatedly or that aren’t adequately addressed the first time around can grow to create harm far outside the scope of the project where they initially appeared. Once a problem gains a foothold—whether because it’s ignored, underestimated, or simply not noticed—it can quickly snowball. From there, the repercussions of one otherwise manageable challenge may propagate across other initiatives in an organization’s portfolio.
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