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Baseline magazine reports on a survey done by NeoChange and summarized the responses from a series of questions that were designed to probe into Enterprise problems and behaviors. Many of the problems addressed by the survey are from a category of problems that are often considered as universally chronic.
For example, the survey found that only 45% of projects undertaken are ever considered successful. This response was interesting because while this result jives with the numbers reported in other surveys that try to measure project success rates, this survey also asks what metrics should be used to determine success.
How should success be measured?
- 74% say by the business benefits that are realized, like cost reductions or revenue generation
- 62% say by measuring the level of usage within the company (like for a software application)
- 44% say if the project was completed on time and within budget
- 42% say by simply the fact that the project completed or was deployed