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Catastrophe Disentanglement: Getting Software Projects Back on Track by E. M. Bennatan

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References

Chapter 1

  [1] Glass, Robert L. Software Runaways: Lessons Learned from Massive Software Project Failures. Prentice Hall, 1998.

  [2] May, Lorin J., “Major Causes of Software Project Failures.” Crosstalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, July 1998.

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  [4] Johnson, Kirk. “Denver Airport Saw the Future. It Didn’t Work.” The New York Times, August 27, 2005.

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  [6] Nuldén, Urban. “Escalating? ...

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