Every year, billions of dollars are wasted in failed technology projects. In Business Intelligence (BI) alone, over half of the projects undertaken are considered to be failures. Last year, this resulted in about $7 billion wasted. While projects fail for a number of reasons, many of those reasons are guarded against with good project management. Project management is a key ingredient in delivering successful projects. As a project manager, you manage time, money, resources, client expectations, and your team. But in my experience, the most important part of a successful project is often an afterthought. Are you managing the change the users are experiencing?
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