This Guest paper was submitted for publication, August 7, 2021.
It is copyright to Henrico Dolfing © 2021.
Published here October 2021

PART 1 | Introduction to Part 2  | Time | Budget 
Making Project Success Measurable | Closing Thoughts | Postscript


Projects fail for a variety of reasons. Technology projects in particular have a low success rate. Typically more than half of them are considered a failure. If your current project is off-track, chances are I can bring the necessary knowledge and experience to get the job done.

Troubled projects are never pretty. Often there isn't time for guessing, just acting. I have helped companies to save projects from the brink of failure. By combining my deep technical knowledge with a proven process, I quickly address major problems and bottlenecks, putting the project back on track.

I provide the leadership necessary to solve complicated problems and I am not afraid to deliver bad news. I am not afraid of putting my reputation behind the decisions I make and, most of all, I am responsive and sensitive to the intricacies of troubled projects.


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