This book claims that a kind of natural law tends to entice project managers into immersing themselves in the project content. The result is that, too often, the project management will take place reactively – after problems have occurred.
The book aims at shifting the project management from taking place reactively – to a greater extent, towards taking place proactively. To be proactive implies that the performance of management initiatives takes place where managerial challenges have not yet occurred or been recognized by the participants and parties.
The entire book offers a much-neded supplement to the existing literature on project management – promoting new thinking and methods for considerations.