Software implementation projects are not always straightforward. You set your deadline and budget, appoint the right team, develop a solid plan—and it all comes together. Right? Well not always: Projects can run over budget, the team isn’t as synchronised as expected, the scope changes and ultimately the project doesn’t meet its initial expectation.
In this article, authored by GRA's Nathan Singhavong, you can learn what, as a project manager with ultimate responsibility for delivering a successful project, you can do to give your project the best chance of success.
Read Part 1 of the article Giving your Software Implementation the best chance to Succeed as published in MHD magazine.