7 Signs You Have a Bad Project Estimate … and What You Can Do About It
Failure rates of technology projects should be alarming, but corporate leadership has learned to tolerate missed dates, budget overruns and requirements shortfall. It’s all inherently a management problem, not a technology problem. Many leaders confuse effort with accomplishment, and therefore do not play to win. Instead they simply give best effort, avoid ‘rocking the boat’ and avoid digging into the root causes of performance shortfalls. But there really are answers.
This presentation surveys seven root issues in project, program and product delivery failure, and points to strategies for success, addressing each one.
Don’t let the casual appearance of this short presentation fool you; it contains gems of wisdom gathered from thousands of experiences, analyzed by highly experienced leaders and practitioners.
In the end, management enlightenment, the right strategies for problem solving, and organizational transformation are essential.
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Joe Kolinger is President of Kolinger & Associates, a management consulting firm specializing in organizational transformation for business growth and profitability. Having worked with hundreds of companies he provides elegant ways to solve complex problems through the application of strategy, technology and people.
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