Originally posted by Tim Holloway:
Take a page from the Agile methodology. Set up a regular and frequent (but not TOO frequent) schedule to meet with the client and discuss progress and concerns and to answer the client's need for progress and concerns. (Agile's focus on small deliverables can also also help make this kind of client feel like they're getting something for their money).
Originally posted by Mike Isano:
This guy will probably lose his head if the project fails. That's why he's being so annoying.
Actually i'm rooting for the project to fail just so that guy can lose his head.
Originally posted by Arvind Birla:
Do you think I could maybe ask the Hiring manager and ask him these questions? Is that done? Could I expect a truthful answer from them?
Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
David is right on the mark. Any contact needs to be through you, not any of the team members. That will not relieve the stress burden on you -it will likely increase it-, but it's the right thing to do, both for the project and the team.
Originally posted by pradeep singh:
Please anybody tell me the answers of above questions.I will be great thankful to him.