Failure to deliver real business benefits

by Lee Porter 24. June 2009 15:54

Failure to deliver real business benefit is the ultimate failure of any project. In many instances this is the ‘symptom’ and the underlying cause is due to one or more of the other common causes.

At the Beginning During the Project At the End
•Lack of alignment to business strategy •Solution fails to maintain alignment to a moving business strategy •BAU fails to measure and manage ongoing benefits realisation
•Project undertaken for ‘wrong reasons’ ie pet projects •Project doesn’t measure and manage benefits realisation •Business failure to further invest in order to maintain strategy alignment / business needs
•Business Case not defined    

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