Failure is an option

When it comes to project management failure is sometimes an option. Many of us have pulled ourselves from the smoking ruins of a project to say, “What happened?” and “How did this not succeed?”
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Chris Ward has been an expert on Microsoft products since the days of Windows 3.1. He's authored several books on subjects ranging from Windows Command Line to Cisco certification, as well as co-authoring CCNA Exam Cram Questions, 2nd Edition with Jeremy Cioara. Chris holds PMP certification from PMI and has worked as an online instructor for several of the world's top e-learning companies, and currently for CBT Nuggets.

Chris is a highly sought-after presenter and trainer who has delivered presentations with Cisco's John Chambers and US Post Office executives. He has professional certifications in A+ 2003, Network+, iNet +, MCSE Windows 2000, MCSE Communications, CCNA, PMP, MOS.

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