Speakers » Peter Salmon
Thurs 9th October, 2:30pm
The reason a lot of ICT projects fail comes down all too often to human nature.
Peter Salmon looks at the root cause of project failure, why they continue to fail despite our best efforts, methodologies, and governance. Peter draws from decades of experience as a consultant, executive and project manager to consider the roles of managers, executives, vendors and consultants, and how governance itself affects project execution.
He provides some common sense steps IT professionals can take to reduce the chance a project will fail, while poking holes in the conventional wisdom.
Peter Salmon is a senior executive and consultant with Manning Charles & Associates, and has had a long career in IT, working with C-level executives, management and staff to provide successful business focused outcomes across many business sectors.