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PA IN THE MEDIA

Why IT projects fail

"Many people get frustrated when the technical side of things doesn’t work, but sometimes you need to accept that some things are just not doable."

 

Rolf Greisen, PA IT expert

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Theis Holtz Hansen

Version2

26 June 2012

 

In an interview with Danish IT publication Version2, PA’s Rolf Greisen, IT programme turn-around expert, offers his view as to why so many IT projects fail.

Rolf says that IT managers often fail to effectively communicate their organisation’s technical limitations to staff: “Many people get frustrated when the technical side of things doesn’t work, but sometimes you need to accept that some things are just not doable. Instead the business gets frustrated and accuses the IT developers of being incompetent.”

Rolf adds that demand for successful IT projects has become higher due to the financial crisis, which is a positive development.


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