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August 11, 2013

Humor: If it only was this easy to fix a Business Analysis project!

Humor - Cartoon: If it only was this easy to fix a Business Analysis project!

Manager: "The project is in trouble. We need to find somebody who can quickly fix this mess."

Analyst (thinking): "CUREALL - Just try this!"

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Vailaish posted on Monday, August 19, 2013 12:01 AM
In my experience, I have figured out that such situations actually occur frequently in projects and they actually end up finding that "somebody".
Now this "somebody" sometimes becomes a successful accomplisher while there have been events when the project got further deteriorated.
I understand that there is no panacea which if gulped would resolve all the issues immediately however I feel that a project can be revived back to life with good team efforts under the guidance of a real "somebody".

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