"This chapter focused on building a new approach to the project (for example, a project rescue approach). The information collected in the past activities and the nature of the project are the basis for the first draft of this approach. To be successful, the rescue manager needs to involve as many people as possible in improving this approach."
"In some rare cases, the activities defined in this chapter may force the inevitable conclusion that the project cannot be rescued. This needs to be communicated immediately to the project sponsors so that they can look for another opinion."
"In most cases, a project rescue is possible with certain provisions. These provisions must be clearly defined, communicated, and supported by the project team and the executive sponsors to move forward."
The above is an excerpt from a book written by Sanjiv Purba and Joseph
Zucchero, published by McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2100 Powell Street, 10th
Floor, Emeryville, California 94608 U.S.A. Sanjiv has over 20 years of
experience managing large projects and many years engaged in rescuing