Mission critical projects often impact not only large portions of the employee population but the ability of the company to be competitive and to carry out important functions over the long-term. In fact, some projects are so important that board members and company officers literally bet the company’s very existence on the successful outcome of the initiative. With stakes this high, the question becomes: Can company leaders afford to assign anyone other than their most talented personnel to conceive, develop, and implement these initiatives?
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