January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1


Ten Steps To Greater Project Success

Every project starts off with good intentions: 1) all stakeholders will be pleased with the results, 2) It will be on time, 3) within budget, 4) meet all the requirements of the job, and 5) function trouble-free. An entire project team of professionals can agree on these goals and yet, too often it does not work out that way. People get distracted by competing project demands, make mistakes, nature intervenes, equipment failures and so on. The lesson here is that it is critical to control what can be controlled, so when the inevitable glitches come along, you are not out of time, out of money in the budget and out of options. Achieving total project success is elusive in most

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