10 ways the Iron Triangle destroys project success
There is an assumption that the Iron Triangle/Triple Constraint measures of ‘on time, on budget, to specification’ are benign but use of these measures actively enables and inadvertently encourages the destruction of business value, argues Jed Simms.
How to use critical success factors
John Rockart coined the phrase ‘critical success factors’ meaning factors that need to be measured and managed as pre-requisites to success. The project fraternity redefined this phrase to mean “the most important success measures”—and they’re wrong, writes Jed Simms.