Beads - Passion for Facilitation

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Nev Ward, a project manager in the UK was sharing some suggestions on linked-in for a manual I am developing on project management. He referred to  the five stages of a project (Geoff Reiss, “Project Management Demystified”, Third Edition, p204). It had me laughing out loud:


1. initial enthusiasm
2. onset of reality
3. panic
4. blame of the innocent
5. reward for the uninvolved

I discovered a site where anyone can make cartoons, for free, even if they do not have much artistic talent, like me. That is where I made this set of cartoons, which I may end up using in the project management manual if my client likes them. I made them in just over an hour.

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