“How to rescue my projects in crisis” provides you with the necessary guidelines to set a strategy to rescue troubled projects and projects in crisis. Many of these practices and short methodologies may be applied when a project has just deviated from what is considered a normal deviation. More so if the deviation is greater. It states clear that passed a tipping point the benefits that may be rescued would not be the same as the original ones. It is also clear that a plan has to be proposed and accepted based on a cost/benefit analysis by the main stakeholders. At the end they are the ones that have to make the tough call: go/no go, for the recovery project.