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Posted by Marc Cecere on February 4, 2011
I’ve been researching why IT roles fail (or at least struggle mightily and often futily). The roles that come up most often are the ones that are not directly building or maintaining systems. These include architecture, planning, vendor management, relationship management, PMO, and security. As I’ve collected this information, there are themes emerging to explain why they fail. These include:
Have you seen any of these roles fail to meet expectations? What has it looked like and why has it happened?
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