It’s everyone’s favorite occurrence: the mysteriously deleted, yet incredibly important, task. Suppose you’re the head of a Project Management Office (PMO) and responsible for ensuring that project managers follow the correct process for planning and executing projects. Suddenly, deleted tasks become more than a simple annoyance.
Key tasks are sometimes deleted by mistake or because the project manager did not understand their importance. So, how do you address this issue and prevent it from happening again (and again)? You could throw together some training sessions for project managers, but wouldn’t it be better to get a notification if a task is deleted?