$63 billion is the amount of money spent on IT projects that fail in the U.S.
The failure rate for IT projects, long a concern for both business and technology managers, seems to be on the rise as recession-era budgets pare needed preparation and support. The costs of failed projects, in terms of time, money, opportunity, and morale, can be huge. What causes so many
projects to go awry?
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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