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- Continue to fail for very common reasons
- The following lists represent the combine contributions of a large number of project managers based on their actual experiences working out in the field in developing countries
- What is different about it is that we captured it over twenty-five years ago!
- What is sad about it is that it is still relevant today
- Of course, the corollary is that if you want a really successful project, make sure you take steps to avoid these almost obvious shortcomings of the past
- In one form or another, it's called project risk management
- For convenience, the situations are listed according to those most likely to be responsible