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7 Steps to Recover a Failing Project

J. Frank Carr provides these 7 steps to recover projects that are failing. Carr — writing from the experiences of a programmer — provides matter-of-fact arguments for each step, citing personal experience and veteran know-how. Listing steps including reviews of project feasibility, importance and cost, Carr’s 7 steps are a good reminder that failing projects don’t necessarily need to become failed projects.


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Comment ID: 261
Comment Date: 2011-11-17 08:47:15
Comment Author: James Kemp
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The nice thing about articles like these is that their application is not limited to IT projects. I inherited a large conduit and cable construction job some years ago that I should have stopped on the spot for design issues. At the time, I let the construction manager talk me out of it. Never again…

About Richard Wood

Richard Wood has been the publisher of CAI's Accelerating IT Success newsletter since its inception in 2011. A Marketing Major at Cal Poly Pomona he has been working with Computer Aid since 2001. He can be reached at richard_wood@compaid.com

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