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All for One?

 

Jim Crear suggests that today comradery in many ways has been lost. Project team members try to shine above their peers to get recognition. Sometime this is at the cost of their team members. And sometimes causes a serious negative impact on the project at hand. The project team members must learn from the lessons of the Three Musketeers. Each of the Musketeers had different skills that were slightly better than the other. Each of them had reputations that preceded them boasting on their abilities. However, none of them felt they were better than the other. Instead, they were comrades in arms that balanced off each other towards the same goals. When one of the members got in trouble the others jumped in to assist. When they completed their plan, they celebrated. (although a bit rowdy most of the time) They worked hard, and they played hard. Together! “All for One and One for All”.



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Jim Crear

Jim is the chief information officer and architect for The Standish Group International. He is an experienced executive with over 40 years of experience in the field of Information Technology. He has had a diverse career leading IT organizations in academia, biomedical, manufacturing, and software companies.
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