17 Aug [YDD] A proven tip to prevent tech project failures.
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The latest article tackles project failures, and how to avoid them.
Data, technology and innovation projects fail all the time.
Large scale programs have project management teams and processes to help.
If you do not have those resources, well meaning assumptions, inexperience or lack of either domain or technical knowledge, can easily derail a project.
If you’re either commissioning or delivering a small scale tech project, here is a proven tip that will ensure everyone sees the project as a success.