Congratulations You have just become a new program manager The outgoing program manager, however, has implied the program you just inherited seems to lack strong communication and essential coordination among its integrated product teams, and team members are over-protecting information between government and contractor teams. No one wants to share key data. Everybody is too guarded. To make matters worse, certain IPTs are surprised that leadership has not implemented some key information-dissemination initiatives that are so essential to the upcoming engineering, manufacturing, and development phase. After reflecting on those apparent issues, you wonder what action you need to take first. You and your team suspect your success will be invariably shaped by your initial decisions.