In fact, Forrester Research recently published a report that defines 10 reasons
software development efforts fail. The June 26, 2007 report by Forrester analyst
Peter Sterpe, titled "Ten Mistakes That Send Development Projects Off Track,"
makes for some compelling reading. You can get a quick
So what gaffes made the list? Here are the 10 points from the report:
Worth noting from Forrester's exploration is the fact that many of these lethal
pitfalls tend to occur in the planning and analyzing stages of software projects.
In other words, it's the early failures that often kill projects later.
Is this list complete? In your experience, what causes well-intentioned software
development projects to fall flat on their face? E-mail me at [email protected].
Posted by Michael Desmond on 06/27/2007 at 1:15 PM
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