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Published By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Jun 05, 2013
Traditional project management techniques are not working as well as expected. According to research, an average organization has at least $74 million USD (yearly) in at-risk projects. And, even when projects are executed successfully, all too often they still fail to deliver business benefits. So, how do you get started? How do you prioritize which issues to address first? What are the risks and potential rewards? What can you do yourself and where can you need help? This paper helps you answer those questions. It provides important insights into the root causes of project failures and misalignment with business unit expectations, along with possible solutions. It illustrates the path to optimized project and portfolio management from four different starting points, and provides step-by-step advice to help you reach new milestones quickly. It is intended to help you make the transition from managing IT projects to managing business outcomes.
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it project, portfolio management
    
HP - Enterprise
Published By: Tricentis     Published Date: Mar 13, 2018
In a case of ďif you canít measure it, you canít manage it,Ē some software project failures occur because of a lack of traceability ó that is, an incomplete record of documentation around software quality assurance efforts. The lack of traceability has a significant impact on QA testing effectiveness and meeting strategic goals. However, with optimal traceability, testing becomes more efficient and enables collaboration throughout the software development lifecycle, as well as between product owners and organization leaders.
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Tricentis
Published By: Adaptive Growth     Published Date: Mar 12, 2008
ERP system acquisition projects are rarely deemed to fail.  All the well-advertised failures come later, during implementation and afterward.  Nevertheless, the seeds of these failures are invariably planted in the earliest stages of ERP acquisition planning.
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erp, adaptive growth, project management, enterprise applications, enterprise resource planning, adaptivegrowth
    
Adaptive Growth
Published By: IAG Consulting     Published Date: Aug 24, 2010
Requirements quality is tangible. It is possible to look at the specific characteristics of requirements documentation and determine if it is sufficiently clear, accurate and complete to lead to a successful project. Since flawed requirements trigger about 70% of all project failures,1 this paper will present some hard and fast rules for looking at requirements documents, in any format, and being able to determine if they are reasonably well constructed. It will outline the key points to look for in a requirements document, and why this can save a company hundreds of thousands of dollars. Finally, it will offer five straightforward questions to address when evaluating requirements quality. The paper is not intended to be a full audit of requirements, but rather act as a guide and checklist for evaluation.
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iag, project management, project management, maturity, consulting, business requirements
    
IAG Consulting
Published By: AtTask     Published Date: Feb 11, 2012
It really doesn't matter if you are leading an army into battle or a product into market, sometimes the best solutions seem counter-intuitive. The same is true with project management. This document will safeguard your success.
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project management mistakes, project management failures, it project failures, project failure statistics, project failure reasons, project failure examples, reasons for project failure, project failure rates
    
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