A risk-reward scale for evaluating project practices

So you’re seeking to improve things. You tried to implement a “best practice” or twelve … how did that work for you? I am convinced that problems addressed by a well known practice will not always result in a well known and positive result, and it seems I am not alone.  In a survey of…

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There are no right answers.

All troubled projects share one and only one characteristic.  Things have gone wrong.  Terribly wrong.  Other than that, everything is, and I contend must be, unique.  Let’s face facts here; projects are the accumulated work of people.  No amount of consistent process can ensure individuals with unique personalities, under unique conditions, will do the same…

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