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The Challenge of Egypt – Project Management & Scrum

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Still 70% of projects fail. Figures may vary accross industries and based upon who and how the research is being performed. But however you look at it the figure is too high. Why? We trained our employees, employees passed the Prince2® or PMI certification. We implemented the Project Management framework but we still run out off budget, finish too late, Risks weren’t well managed, the final result isn’t what was required.

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Why is this important?

  1. Most of the training is focused on getting certified, which means, “Train to pass the exam”. We forget, or fail to put the effort in,  to teach the students how to apply the theory in day-to-day work.
  2. We implemented the framework, but we did not embed the new behavior in the organization, or we did not define a shared picture on how we all see the way we run and behave in our projects.
  3. We did not implement learning cycles. We did not learn from each project closure. The lessons learned are NOT shared with the other colleagues, or used to improve the success of projects.

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