How come “how to manage a camel”?
A camel is a horse designed by committee, Wiki describes it perfectly;
An expression critical of committees—or by analogy, group decision-making—by emphasizing the ineffectiveness of incorporating too many conflicting opinions into a single project. In this figure of speech, the distinguishing features of a camel, such as its humps and poor temperament, are taken to be the deformities that resulted from its poor design.
How to Manage a Camel is all about promoting better group thinking and a way of bringing together lots of conflicting opinions around the subject of project management. Feel free to add your opinions and thoughts to any of the posts you see here.
Don’t worry, we won’t get the hump *bows head in embarassment*
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