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My Theory On Why IT Projects Fail

The number of failed IT projects ranges in the 60% to 80%. But, what constitute a failed project? Why do they fail? They are IT projects but is it IT’s fault that they failed? There are many theories around and, yes, I will give you mine.

Characteristics Of A Good Project Plan

No, I am not talking about the project schedule; I am talking about the “real” project plan again. A good plan has to help the project team to achieve the goals of the project at each phase. It states how the work will be performed.

The "Real" Project Plan

“I need a project plan by tomorrow morning.” As PMs, that’s what we hear. But we know that what the boss usually means is that s/he wants a project schedule. There is a problem though, how can you come up with a schedule without having the “real” project plan first?

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