Why are so many projects set up to fail?
Project failure rates have remained steady for at least the last 30 years despite increased knowledge and education about project management. Pat Weaver discusses the pervasive governance problems that lead to a culture of failure.
The dos and don’ts of project success
We readily accept that we learn from project failure, but these lessons don’t necessarily translate into a roadmap for success. So what does? Adeline Teoh takes lessons from the Guinness Book of World Records’ Highest IQ record holder.
Linking successful suffering and capability
While no sane project manager would chose to suffer sufficiently to produce their version of Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, only the most naive would expect their project to run without a problem. Lynda Bourne on the best way to capture lessons learnt.