JA Flinn (in real life)
Success – for those that feel that a grade of ‘C’ is not enough.
Business-IT projects and success.
The focus is on the systems that create success:
- the rational side: research and data, finance, processes
- the human side: performance, motivation, people
- the intangibles: values, direction, time and dynamics.
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Tag Archives: Project success
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