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Why do most projects fail?

Binfire

The statistical chance of a project finishing on time and on the budget is less than 40%. Forbes magazine also opined about the high rate of project failures recently. . The inexperience of the project managers? What is the opportunity cost of project management, you ask? This statement is by no means against using Agile project management. 2-Lack of experience by the project manager. Small projects may not need a project manager.

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80+ Awesome Online Resources for Project Managers

Wrike

Where can you go to talk Gantt charts, work breakdown structures, and Agile workflows to your heart’s content with other project management aficionados? There’s a treasure trove of valuable information available online for anyone looking to sharpen their project management skills. . We’ve compiled a list of over 80 of the very best online resources for project managers, including online training sites, podcasts, ebooks, tools and templates, blogs, and more. .

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The Urge to Strangle(The Strangler Pattern)

Leading Agile

Business agility means having the capability to “turn on a dime” at low cost and with low risk, to drive innovation, respond to market changes, and overcome the competition. Mid-level IT managers compete to get their projects approved and funded. Each project is treated as independent of others, each receives a fixed budget allocation, and small requests stand a better chance of being approved than large ones. Unofficial IT’s risks and costs.

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Software Estimating Resources

Herding Cats

One of our clients, a retired USAF Col Program Manager at an NNSA Weapons Testing Site has a statement that is applicable here: If you lack academic basis and validated experience, your advice is simply unsubstantiated opinion without any basis in fact or principle. Flint, School of Management, Working Paper Series, September 2005.”. Why Monte Carlo Simulations of Project Network can Mislead,” Terry Williams, Project Management Journal 35(3), pp.