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Building Resilience Into Project Delivery

Elizabeth Harrin
Publication date:
February 15, 2023
Article Summary: 

Elizabeth Harrin discusses the concept of business resilience and its implications for project managers, drawing parallels from her experience in the IT field. She highlights three key aspects of resilience in project management: process resilience, redundancy, and data availability. Process resilience involves having steps in place to ensure continuity and delegation of tasks. Redundancy entails having backup resources trained to carry out project roles in case of absence or specialization. Data availability emphasizes easy access to project documentation and information. Harrin concludes with actionable tips for project teams to enhance resilience, such as reviewing processes, planning for resource redundancy, and optimizing data accessibility.


business resilience, project managers, IT, process resilience, redundancy, data availability, continuity, delegation, backup resources, project documentation, resource planning, training, data accessibility.

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Elizabeth Harrin
Building Resilience Into Project Delivery
February 15, 2023
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