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The Devil's Triangle

And yes, a TDT has a negative connotation meaning that someone of the three is to blame for a challenged project (project “failure” can be defined in many ways so I’ll use challenged). In many reports that document and dissect challenged projects, I haven’t seen one that lists the software itself as a leading cause of failure

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Plus Ça change, plus c'est la même chose

When a system “fails” after several years, there is no accountability and rather than understand and correct the failure, a company is more likely to buy a “new and better” technology and the cycle repeats

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ECM Load Testing Risks Reviewed

RISK of ECM Project Failure Say “risk of ECM project failure” in a board room and you quickly discover that the most scary scenario is a performance related failure discovered after a go-live deployment to production, yet it happens all the time

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The House that Jack Built

Typically what happens is that you end up with a bunch of projects being executed, somewhat in parallel, with little real coordination, and a high risk level of failure for all the projects

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