"It's not that they can't see the solution. They can't see the problem." - G.K. Chesterton
According to the Standish Group, a successful project must be completed on time, on budget and deliver the promised quality.
Of the many Standish Group reports published since 1994, two of the top five causes for failed IT projects have been given as:
- > Incomplete Requirements
- > Lack of User Involvement
Now that we have identified these two causes for failed projects, let’s examine what can be done. We could look at the project from a proactive or a reactive perspective but as the title of the blog is “Rescuing IT Projects,” the assumption is that we are looking back on faults/incidents that have occurred