Organizations lose a lot of money every year because of IT projects that collapse before they’re complete. Why does that happen?
Usually, because the projects are too complex, says IT expert Robert Sessions in his new report “The IT Complexity Crisis: Danger and Opportunity.”
Just how costly is IT failure? Sessions estimates U.S. businesses lose $1 trillion each year because of failed projects.
According to Sessions, the goal of any IT project should be “to design the least complex architecture possible that solves the business problem.” He says most projects fail because they lose sight of that goal.
Read the report here.