This is the second in a series of columns that presents a methodology for recognizing and resolving technology project breakdowns.

In my previous column I discussed the fact that the most effective and efficient way to find out if an initiative is working or not is to attend the project management, review and working meetings, beginning with the most senior and formal staff review meetings and drilling down to the most junior and informal task-oriented meetings. That column provided a methodology and a sample checklist for assessing the state of a project based upon the meetings associated with it. This column will talk about why meetings are the place to go to find out if your project is succeeding.

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