5 tips for attacking major projects

04/1/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

When you are faced with a large project, narrow the scope of the work early on, says Robert Pozen, Harvard Business School senior lecturer and Brookings Institution senior fellow. In this way, you can avoid doing time-consuming work that ultimately proves fruitless. Get others involved with large projects because the resulting peer pressure will give you some added motivation to do your work, and don't strive for perfection, Pozen says.

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