The Standish Group has issued two companion papers. The first paper is “Rethinking the Public Spending on ICT projects” and the second paper is titled simply “Haze”.
Project prioritization is like rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic.
From my family to your family have a great holiday season and happy New Year. Merry Christmas Mr. Plaque-eating Guinea Worm.
In a follow-up to our Double Dog Dare post, we are comparing small projects to bicycle rides. Many projects are naturally small. In many parts of the world people commonly ride bicycles for transportation.
CHAOS report: Twentieth First Anniversary Edition offers a traditional view. In this CHAOS report we have 12 charts,
Let us consider two different paradoxes: the Montana Paradox and Cobb’s Paradox.
The road to oblivion is paved with projects that are strategically aligned with the current corporate strategy and vision.
Today we released the SURF Database. The SURF database is a single perpetual and active survey database that contains 20 questions with multiple sub-questions with a variable number of answer choices.
Lee Gesmer often suggests to his vendor-clients that one of the best ways to protect themselves is to include an acceptance clause in their agreements.
This week we officially released the CHAOS Manifesto 2014: Value versus Success & orthogonal.