A project can be successful in budget, schedule, and quality, yet fail to align with an organization’s strategic plans. A project that piles up budget overruns AND fails to support strategic plans is a failure with a lasting impact. We have identified seven management traps that often catch up with project teams on failed capital projects. These traps can be substantially mitigated early in the development process.
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