Why do projects fail?

Why do projects fail?

A project failure can be considered as project that has not delivered its required expectations. In case the project can meet both the business ambitions and all stakeholder requirements, then it can be considered as a success.

However, in reality, expectations of the customers and stakeholders keep on changing constantly, inhibiting the project team to deal with issues and to achieve project goals. But the question is why do project fail? Project failure occurs if the projects are late, crossed their budget, does not deliver the business value as expected or deliver the wrong product.

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Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe for Lean Enterprises

Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe for Lean Enterprises

Agility was born as a result of the publication of the Agile Manifesto in 2001 and has helped out to put in place a more pragmatic approach at the project management level. The main advantage in the eyes of the customers is the responsiveness in providing fast, progressive versions of solutions thanks to developments made in an iterative mode.

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Change Management & Artificial Intelligence

Change Management & Artificial Intelligence

Change is unavoidable in a world in constant evolution. In addition, the nature of change includes also the emergence of new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence. The emergence of these new technologies disrupt our world: the way we live, we work and thus raise a lot of questions. Inherently, society perceives these evolutions as threat more than as an opportunity. These new trends mean plenty of challenges for companies to embrace these new technologies, and especially in terms of change management: obtain the adhesion of their employees, and eventually follow –and create - the evolution. 

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