Why fast failure is the best result when things go awry

01/20/2012 | InformationWeek

Many IT projects fail, but the impact can be lessened if tech organizations understand the value of failing quickly rather than in an extended scenario, Jonathan Feldman writes. If a project dies quickly, project managers can be seen as having a greater control on strategy. "Don't be afraid to call out the business," advises Matt Anderson, director of Cerner's project-management office.

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