Public projects have a bad reputation. Is it deserved, or more a matter of expectations and the way success and failure are defined? In this critical review we take a close look at what makes public-sector IT and transformation projects different from those in other areas, the specific challenges they face, and tried-and-tested approaches to making them a success. Read more…
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Against a backdrop of ubiquitous change, successful transformation is essential for survival in a highly dynamic and competitive environment. However, there is overwhelming evidence that most such initiatives end in some degree of failure. We examine the trends and forces driving these processes and the factors crucial to their success.
Agile project and programme delivery might be perceived as a silver bullet. However, while some organisations have achieved good results adapting agile practices, others have been struggling to cope with the multiple challenges related to agile delivery – especially at scale. Making it a success requires rethinking the way an organisation manages inevitable change, and above all, it means embedding agile practices in a full scope organisational transformation approach. If an organisation can get it right, the rewards are potentially immense: reduced time to market and rapid realisation of outcomes with highest value and benefits for your customers.
Embracing the need for change is only half the battle. Securing long-term success hinges on understanding the outcome of transformation programmes and getting the most out of what has been achieved. Although wrongly dismissed by some as a mere buzzword, benefits management is in fact of pivotal importance in properly harnessing results and exploiting their potential to the full.