Lost In Translation - Crossing Cultural Gaps In Project Management

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Executive Summary

Projects need risk thresholds. Normally, however, they remain unspoken. They're unspoken out of a fear of sharing information that others might take advantage of. They're unspoken because some people dread the notion that they might find themselves in a position where they exceed those limits. Fear should not be a driving force in our reasoning behind risk practice. Risk practice is, by its very nature, a study of those things of which we are fearful. Thus, what we need to do it to face those fears and establish, communicate and promote those thresholds.

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