If you find yourself in the midst of an IT project that is faltering, you are in excellent company.
Typical Causes of IT Projects Failures
- Poor definition of the project and specifications
- Poor project management
- Poor change request management
- Poor resource scheduling and time management
- Poor communication
- Poor cost estimation and control
- Lack of clear leadership
- Conflict amongst team members
Missed deadlines are so common in IT projects, they are practically rights of passage.
Abilis has a lot of experience walking into a messy situation where the budget has been spent and the resulting code does not fulfill the requirements.
We’ve seen organizations get derailed by changes in project scope and feuding technological ideologies.
We've dealt with frustrated integrators and suppliers that evade accountability.
We are experts at transforming sticky situations into results worthy of praise.
We typically get a call when a project has eaten away more than half of its time-line with few results.
Adopting a Problem-Solving AttitudeBy adopting a problem-solving attitude and a red-flag culture, our teams seek solutions, rather than blame.
Conducting an Audit using Concrete and Relevant InformationWe gather the relevant information, confront obstacles and challenge so-called facts in order to conduct an impartial and comprehensive audit of the project.
Communicating Accurate Information with ClarityWe chart a new course, complete with costing, time-lines, milestones and progress reports.
Uniting the Project Team Towards One GoalWe gain the confidence of the team and get everyone on-board and focused on the goal: success of the project. So that instead of pointing fingers, people are joining forces to work on the solution.