|‘A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.’|
|George S. Patton (1885–1945)|
Too many projects start life doomed to failure. Poorly defined business requirements and unrealistic delivery deadlines are all too common. Projects start unravelling from day one, with the project manager acting like an innocent bystander to an accident that was waiting to happen. There are many reasons why projects fail, but more often than not an important root cause is in the initial planning process – or rather lack of one.
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