By Michael Krigsman on December 22, 2009
Most IT professionals know that project failure is a common and serious problem in organizations of all kinds. New research attempts to quantify the extent of IT failure in the worldwide economy.
By Michael Krigsman on October 4, 2009
The non-technical academic world has become interested in ethical issues surrounding IT failure and wasted resources. Here’s a presentation on failure I’m giving to a scholarly audience.
By Michael Krigsman on September 30, 2009
The total annual cost of worldwide IT failures is $6.2 trillion dollars, according to calculations performed by Roger Sessions, über-expert enterprise architect and CTO of ObjectWatch.