Projects failure is contextual! it differs from project to another depending on tolerances, limitations and conditions. a project is usually considered a failure if : It exceeded the allocated time, budget along with the tolerances. It failed to deliver the expected outputs. Hence outcomes are not achieved and expected benefits cannot be realized. This is … Continue reading PERSPECTIVE: Projects Failure – Countermeasure 1: Is it really a project!
As a project manager working in a customer/vendor environment, and if you’re experienced enough, I believe you faced a situation where the customer shifted the discussing of a change request into a concern about the final benefits of the project. You start hearing statements like “I don’t want to discuss a change here or there…”, … Continue reading PERSPECTIVE: projects and benefits realisation trap
A question I get over and over, in different formats such as: “We trained our resources on PMP, ITIL, PRINCE2 , we bought the tools, and guess what nothings works! do they ever work?”. “How did you manage to get Agile implemented? we tried, never worked”. “Are you telling me that any of this can … Continue reading What to change? How to change? or, Why to change?