A significant amount of time and energy goes into hiring a Project Management Professional. Here are five red flags that you hired the wrong person for the job.


For a project to meet all of the company-wide needs and goals, it is vital that a PM understand which stakeholders should be involved in the project. It is also important to know where and how much involvement is needed, and the timing of each stakeholder’s role. Sometimes a stakeholder who is on the front-line or in a seemingly lower-level role may have a larger impact on the success of a task, milestone, or project than initially envisioned. If your PM fails to carefully evaluate and select all of the necessary stakeholders at all levels or only wishes to deal with the senior ones, it can increase risks and end up costing the project and your company.

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