Monday Blueprint Madness

Sometimes good intentions are not enough. Careful planning, occasional course corrections, updated communications….all are required to successfully complete a project.
How long did these folks keep “hoping for the best” as they closed in on “completion?” I imagine them arguing and looking for someone to blame.

2 Responses

  1. I’ve also wondered this – how things obviously get to end so badly without anyone anticipating the results. I’ve also witnessed a group of people who are most adept at the blame game – more adept at that than they were for working the project in the first place. The photo represents such circumstances well, but ygw whether this one was phtoshppd. Barbara

  2. Oh my gosh!! This is too funny! Scary, but funny.

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