Quite a lot of businesses fail to deliver their projects on time. And many of them often experience project failure. According to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers, only 2.5% of companies successfully complete 100% of their projects.
One of the main reasons why most of the projects fail is poor planning. That’s because as many project managers simply jump in a project without taking the time to carefully plan every step of the way and ensure that everything is going to run smoothly.
How is your success rate when it comes to delivering your projects? Do you manage to deliver them on time and within budget? Are all of your projects actually reaching the finish line? Check the questions in the full article and if any one of your answers is negative, then there is definitely room for change and improvement in your project management skills and process.
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