The research results published by CHAOS REPORT 2015 are clear - it may be inferred that merely 36% of IT projects are successful, in turn according to Project Management Institue this figure rises to 69%.But there’s always room for improvement. To make that happen, learn about three risks in IT projects.
It’s easy to overlook the elements listed below at the planning stage. These elements are partly bound with the allocation of responsibilities - the developer may decide that prevention is not in his wheelhouse, the PM won’t be aware of technical limitations, and the tester could misunderstand the performance requirements. Awareness of the existence of IT project risks and cooperation with an experienced team will be your ally in successfully opposing and, consequently, improving your chance of success.