Big IT Projects fail all the time

How to Run an IT Project

A practical look at why IT projects go wrong and what you can to do avoid it

Simon Pitt
Sep 11, 2019 · 8 min read
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Photo by Kaleidico — We’re going to need another £50m for board pens
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Photo by Ilya Pavlov There we go, there’s some work. It might be good work, it might be bad work. It’s hard to tell from here.
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Photo by Joshua Rodriguez Oh That’ll do, it didn’t need a roof anyway.
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Photo by Jay Ruzesky Covered in cans of worms.
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Photo by Austin Distel The MacBook deployment project as gone well, the interior decorating project though has hit a snag.
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Photo by Evelyn — A set of pizzas, ahead of some firings.

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Simon Pitt

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Media techie, developer, product manager, software person and web-stuff doer. Head of Corporate Digital at BBC, but views my own. More at pittster.co.uk

The Startup

Medium's largest active publication, followed by +771K people. Follow to join our community.

Simon Pitt

Written by

Media techie, developer, product manager, software person and web-stuff doer. Head of Corporate Digital at BBC, but views my own. More at pittster.co.uk

The Startup

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