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Apr 18, 2011

"A Culture for Project Recovery"

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Culture & Change Management, Project & Program Management, Project Failure & Recovery, Project Management Research | 1 Comment

There were so many great questions asked in the webinar on project recovery presented by Kent Crawford in March that he ran out of time to answer them all. The remaining questions - and recorded answers - are posted on our new Project Recovery Resource Center.As I listened to the questions and answers, one… Read More »

There were so many great questions asked in the webinar on project recovery presented by Kent Crawford in March that he ran out of time to answer them all. The remaining questions - and recorded answers - are posted on our new Project Recovery Resource Center.As I listened to the questions and answers, one… Read More »

Mar 31, 2011

Planning or Requirements?

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Project & Program Management, Project Management Research | 0 Comments

What's the top reason projects fail? Participants in our webinar last week (you can download the materials here) overwhelmingly said "Planning!" (or I suppose, the lack thereof). But that wasn't the finding of our newest research study, Strategies for Project Recovery, which identified requirements issues as the top cause.At first I wondered… Read More »

What's the top reason projects fail? Participants in our webinar last week (you can download the materials here) overwhelmingly said "Planning!" (or I suppose, the lack thereof). But that wasn't the finding of our newest research study, Strategies for Project Recovery, which identified requirements issues as the top cause.At first I wondered… Read More »

Mar 11, 2011

Reevaluating "Success"

Posted by J. Kent Crawford in Project & Program Management, Performance Measurement, Project Management Research | 1 Comment

After you've spent a year working on a book, it's great to know people are reading it! We ran across a mention of the new Strategic Project Office, Second Edition on an excellent ZDNet blog by Michael Krigsman. He points out that project failure statistics are misleading and often, downright unhelpful, since… Read More »

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After you've spent a year working on a book, it's great to know people are reading it! We ran across a mention of the new Strategic Project Office, Second Edition on an excellent ZDNet blog by Michael Krigsman. He points out that project failure statistics are misleading and often, downright unhelpful, since… Read More »

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Feb 28, 2011

Project Managers, Take A Bow

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Project & Program Management, Human Capital, Project Management Research | 0 Comments

If there were an Oscar for "Best Actor in the Project Recovery Category," that award would go to the Project Manager.The results of a study on troubled projects, released last week by PM Solutions Research, show that, while companies on average annually face the potential failure of projects valued at $74 million, when they take… Read More »

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If there were an Oscar for "Best Actor in the Project Recovery Category," that award would go to the Project Manager.The results of a study on troubled projects, released last week by PM Solutions Research, show that, while companies on average annually face the potential failure of projects valued at $74 million, when they take… Read More »

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