A project can get caught in a “cycle of doubt” if stakeholders question its progress and pull support. Be aware of common triggers and take these actions to maintain momentum.
Even the most strategically important projects can be sucked into a “cycle of doubt” – a self-perpetuating vortex that draws energy and support away from a project and diminishes its status. Writing for MIT Sloan Management Review, Karen A Brown, Nancy Lea Hyer, and Richard Ettenson outline the key triggers and offer eight solutions to the problem.
WHAT IS THE CYCLE OF DOUBT?