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This book provides systematic guidance on how to sense and avoid the causes of IT project failure at every step, from project conception to the disposal of the system after a long and beneficial operational life. The author takes the reader through every stage of the process, pointing out pitfalls and suggesting tactics as you go.
John Smith joined IBM in 1996 as a principal IT consultant and currently specializes in auditing projects in delivery. He began his professional career as an avionics systems engineer before studying for a MSc in Computer Science. He then managed several information system projects with the Raytheon Corporation and established a group of 150 consultants working on a number of high-profile assignments. At KPMG he spent four years undertaking a variety of strategic consulting assignments and managing the largest application development project undertaken by KPMG in the UK. He is a Fellow of both the British Computer Society and the Institution of Engineering and Technology and has published many articles on information technology and project management.