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Shergold weighs in on ICT project failure debate

by Poppy Johnston •
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Despite efforts to prevent large project failure in the public sector by favoring smaller projects and “agile” rather than “waterfall” methodologies, Peter Shergold’s independent review of the decision-making process finds that current methods of large project implementation still allow for a relatively high chance of failure.

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