In a recent post, I wrote about the practice of adaptive leadership and its importance in an ever-changing world. You know what else helps you stay on top of constant change? Projects. The trouble is that project ideas come up all the time. It’s critical to know how to propose yours in a way that’s sure to get you that green light. In this blog, I’m covering all the critical elements of a project proposal.
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