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April 28, 2009


Quite often a project's success is based on it's development history. Your article gave a different perspective, one I share, about that.


Completely agree! I think that measuring budget, schedule, scope, and quality are only measures as to success of the project execution, not the benefit it delivers, so I think there also needs to be some way to measure the benefit delivered by the project after the project has completed. Unfortunately, most project teams are dismantled after the execution phase, so if you want to measure the benefit delivered after this point you should embed this capability to measure into the organisation during the execution of the project.


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