The Evil Ways of Project Tracking Tools

Lou Russell hits the elusive target of effectively communicating and managing projects which should trump scheduling tools. Scheduling tools are useful when you understand and manage all the assumptions, but time spent managing the software doesn’t put you one step closer to having the job done.

Thanks to Melissa Westmoreland for provoking this post:  I understand your frustration.  There are some very cool tools for scheduling projects and every time I try to use one, it doesn’t do what I

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