New research identifies five important reasons that projects fail.
Beyond IT Failure
Michael Krigsman is a recognized authority on the causes and prevention of IT failures.
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Difficulty defining IT success is one reason that failure statistics are all over the map. For example, when I compiled CRM failure stats from various sources, for 2001 to 2009, the numbers ranged from 18 percent to 70 percent.
A new survey of small business ERP projects sheds light on project success and failure.
Change management and poor communications among stakeholder groups on IT projects is a key contributor to failure. Follows these ideas to solve the problem.
The UK's second largest auto glass replacement company, Auto Windscreens, ceased operations, blaming IT failure and lower revenue. However, the role of IT failure is unclear.
This blog assumes that organizational, collaboration, and communication issues are a key driver of success and failure on technology projects. Here are tips to help achieve success.
Insufficient attention to change management is key problem on many ERP implementations.
California's state Department of Motor Vehicles issued a request for quotation with unusual terms: requesting bidders to supply free work.
Failure is an essential step towards excellence -- here's why.
Failure creates excellent opportunities to refine experience and knowledge into great success.