The psychology of IT projects: Why they fail
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Barely a week seems to go by without another report of a struggling or failed IT project. And these are just the ones that make it into the news In this extract from his book, The anatomy of IT projects, Mark Seneschall, an experienced IT projects professional, seeks to explain why IT projects so often prove so challenging, why they are so prone to failure, and how to negotiate the complexities encountered and maximise the chances of success.  Access >>>

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  • Tendencies
  • In Practice
  • The establishment of standard methodological frames

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