Projects, like other business activities, involve meetings and approvals. The difference between project and routine business meetings is that a project is not an ongoing concern; therefore, its meetings tend to be periodic, sporadic, or driven by one-time needs rather than recurring with some regular frequency. Consequently, these off-routine meetings and approval review sessions are a disruption to non-project team executives, managers, and contributors; representing something these individuals naturally resist so to protect the time for their normally scheduled duties.
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