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What if you do not believe in the project benefits?

Agree with @Tiago Cardoso, but I'll provide a different analytical framework. The PM is responsible to the stakeholders for closing the project. If the project is authorized based on flawed ...
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What if you do not believe in the project benefits?

There's a conflict between the Product management and the Project management role. As Product Manager, you're responsible to ensure the product is viable and will have acceptance within users. As ...
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Problems with a decision on layoffs

Assuming that you are the Project Manager (otherwise, why would you post this to our site), you have no "right" to disclose this information to your team, since it was told to you in ...
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What if you do not believe in the project benefits?

As others have pointed out, understanding who is responsible for what is helpful and avoids a lot of chaos. However, the Golden Rule trumps organizational "walls". If your conscience forbids you to ...
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Problems with a decision on layoffs

To piggy back on @Danny Schoemann's answer, the caveat as it relates to project managers is that all of the resources we use to get a project to the finish line, including employees, are temporary. ...
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What if you do not believe in the project benefits?

For the past several years, I have read what seems to be a push to extend the PM's accountability not only with the success of project delivery but also product success and organization success. This ...
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