Episode 230: George Costanza's Top 10 Tips for appearing to be a good Project Manager
Published January 28, 2012
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    This week The PMO Podcast™ Featured Story presents, "George Costanza's Top 10 Tips for appearing to be a good Project Manager" presented by Mark Perry (about Mark), host of The PMO Podcast™. Have you ever watched an episode of the TV show Seinfeld? If you have, then you know all about the character George Costanza, played by the comedic genius, Jason Alexander. In the show, George is the consummate loser, a lazy but not unintelligent man. In fact, if George would just spend as much time mastering how to do work well as he does mastering how to avoid work altogether, he would no doubt be a valued asset to any organization. But alas, and as it is, George could never be a good project manager, only fool others into believing it. Here are what would no doubt be George Costanza’s Top 10 Tips for appearing to be a Good Project Manager. 

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