How to Fail at Organizational Change: A Case Study

Author(s)
Bill Brantley
 
Date
2010
 
Source
 
Abstract

I am a student of failure because I find failure quite instructive. As a teacher of project management, I extol the effectiveness of project management but I also admit that roughly 30% of all projects are successful in that they fulfilled all the customer’s requirements without going over budget and were delivered on time. This does not invalidate project management but it does stress the need for refining project management techniques. It is in this spirit that I offer the following case study that others might find useful as they pursue Gov 2.0 and OpenGov projects.

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