Up to 35% of CSP transformation projects fail, don’t let yours be one of them
Transformation projects don’t succeed on their own. In fact, 35% end in failure. And since they can take years to complete, the stakes are high.
So how do you navigate through the project delivery transformation maze? By learning from others.
To avoid going through a post-mortem of where a project failed, a new ebook, looks at developing a strategy of removing obstacles that can lead to failure in the first place – a transformation pre-mortem.
Transformation pre-mortems strategically require all parties to imagine that their project has failed, and then work backwards to determine the aspects that would have potentially led to failure of the project.
A successful transformation can be achieved through an effective management of four major pillars:
• Architecture strategy
• Engendering trust
• Effective execution
• Change management
In part one of the ebook, author Idit Aloni from software giant Amdocs, tackles best practise gained around defining architecture strategy and engendering trust.