Picture this: You’re planning a project with your team this year and you finalise a plan that everyone agrees upon. You know you can deliver a quality product on time within the budget. Everyone agrees that in order to do that, you need to follow the project plan.
Now fast-forward a few months.
Your boss tends to see himself as above the rules, and doesn’t stick to the plan your team agreed upon. This attitude ensures the project won’t be completed on time, or stay on budget. Keep in mind that your boss also has a temper and doesn’t like hearing bad news.
Your boss says, “Does anyone have any concerns about the project plan?”
What do you do? In that moment, what do you say?
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