Ineffective cost control

• Project objectives being "moving targets"

9. Adapted from Robert D. Gilbreath, Winning at Project Management. New York: Wiley, 1986, pp. 2-6.

None Actual Planned Achievable Perfection

None Actual Planned Achievable Perfection

FIGURE 2-15. Components of failure (pessimistic planning).

During the 1990s, we changed our view of failure from being quantitatively oriented to qualitatively oriented. A failure in the 1990s was largely attributed to:

• Poor motivation

• Poor human relations

• Poor productivity

• No employee commitment

None Actual Achievable Planned Perfection

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