"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."
Thomas A. Edison
Project failure statistics are sobering. Big and large, almost one third of all digital projects are realised over budget, over time, or not at all - leaving jobs and businesses at risk.
Management methodologies are only useful when they are successfully implemented, and most firms have little experience running their own digital projects. They often rely on the technology providers on key management tasks, which leaves the project at risk. Companies are then vulnerable to any situation where the subcontractor's economy, staff, or priorities change.
Whether a troubled project ultimately succeeds or fails depends only on the effectiveness of the recovery actions, which is why it's important to recognise early failure signs, and think of a plan-B early on.
Stalled progress or an irresponsive technology provider is more than a serious warning.
Most failing projects are already doomed at the planning stage. When expectations and estimates are unrealistic, there's little room for unforeseen events. Any change in requirements can push project management or the technology provider to sabotage or abandon the job.
We are experienced in stepping into digital projects at the 11th hour, to get technology back on track. Bunt Creative can be your digital project recovery partner to:
Project failure statistics are sobering. Big and large, almost one third of all digital projects are realised over budget, over time, or not at all leaving jobs and businesses at risk. We are experienced in stepping into digital projects at the 11th hour, to get technology back on track.
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