Each day, each hour, organizations around the globe kick-off new projects to introduce services, improve products or tighten operations (to name only a few). Problem is, less than 30 percent of those initiatives will ever deliver their intended results.
Why do so many fail? Because pockets are never as deep as hoped. Internal project resources are rarely as available (or capable) as expected. Traditional consulting requires too much compromise. With so much invested (in money, time and reputation), success is critical.