Project failures are hardly a unique phenomenon - in fact, most projects are far more likely to fail than to succeed. Here are 10 reasons projects can fail.
It’s a fair bet that few businesses have been spared the scale and speed of change or uncertainty resulting from the impacts of COVID-19. As the road ahead remains opaque, should we be stress-testing project fundamentals?
There is no doubt that we are in some very challenging times. When your organisation is faced with ambiguity and change that is not within your control, your people will look to you for strength and leadership.
Exceptional sponsors are the proverbial unicorn: Rare as hen’s teeth, highly valued if you can find one, and one of the most important assets you’ll ever have in delivering successful projects.
We are seeing a shift in what project managers need to bring to the game to succeed—and it is all Agile. Do we need to call time on ‘project management’?
Fact-checking is becoming something of a sport but there is one place that facts need to be laid bare if you want good decisions made, and that’s in project delivery.
When faced with the realities of project delivery and managing stakeholders, we have to know just how capable we are of influencing both upwards and outwards.