About 70% of technology projects fail. Best practices, skills and competencies have been improving for decades — so why do project still fail? Projects fail when, they solve the wrong problem, can’t find a good enough solution or over invest because of the psychological biases.
Teams struggle to understand when a solution is good enough. They get stuck in endless development cycles trying to meet the arbitrary standards of insiders, causing schedules to slip, budgets to balloon and eventually projects to fail.
Teams don’t struggle with solving problems but figuring out what the problems are.
Though many factors contribute to a project’s failure, nothing is more certain to cause…