Why Do Projects Fail
We live in a ‘Fail Fast’ culture. If you’re not part of a tech start-up then you’re just not living the dream, man. The approach is to keep trying until something works. Don’t waste time on commitment to a project that hasn’t caught fire in the first moments – move on, move on, move on. Phew, it’s exhausting.
I guess my philosophy of hard work, tenacity and not giving up is waaaaay out dated.
Apparently, only 3% of companies complete all their projects. It’s an interesting statistic and makes me question – how many companies truly consider what projects are right for them to pursue before they even begin? How much is lost in planning? Any my belief has always been that inefficient managers are where companies fail, it only takes one bad seed in the wrong position to have a huge impact on a full department. The right leaders need to be in the right positions for successful companies – absolutely vital. I would think this is the biggest fail point in business.
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