Why Information Technology (IT) Projects Fail?




 This paper discusses the causes of information technology (IT) project failure and what - if anything - can be done to prevent it.

 This paper discusses the causes of information technology (IT) project failure and what - if anything - can be done to prevent it.

The paper provides a good discussion on the research done to study IT project failure. Why do IT projects fail? Why do IT projects succeed? Then it goes on to provide a list of critical (best practices?) actions that must be taken to prevent IT project failure.

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