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These are very exciting times in the world of technology. Implement well, and you have a competitive advantage. But is your project going to fail? With analysts report failure rates nearing 60 percent, what can you do about it? Simple. Draw a boundary around your project. Then design your team's work around three views - technical, organizational, and personal. How do they interact? This systems focus gives you a good start on limiting the number of things you have to understand. And the ability to focus on what is important. The easy-to-learn methods are inside. Just as you cannot understand how a 747 flies from New York to Paris by looking only at the jet, you cannot understand your project by looking only at the technology. People and organizations make your project world. Perceptions of expertise and trust are huge. Do you ask someone who you feel knows the answer or someone you trust? Is it really their answer or is it group-think? People and organizations are common to all technology projects - software, hardware, manufacturing, chemical, process and so on. The simple secrets are inside and you can apply them to all of your projects.
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Book Description Columbia-Capstone, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011YTDXYA