I started a new job with a 'Yes' man personality. Apparently, there has been quite a bit of turn-over on projects run by this guy. Anyways, I was wondering if there were any guildelines/rules for managing projects that states the best practices when dealing with changes in the middle of the project affects the schedule.
He thinks he can say 'yes' to any requests in the middle of the project from the customer and keep the same schedule. I'm not going to work late/weekends/holidays for this guy's screw-up on managing projects.
Anyways, I'd like to have some formal resources to show him the 'Yes' man attitude is going to get him more turnover.
The project and company are good, but this guy has to change.
Thanks for any guidance!