A forensic analysis of progress: short, sharp and concrete, these are thequestions to put the programme leaders on the spot. In Part 2 of the 'How to Fail Quickly' series of articles, I show that with the right questions and the ability to act as a unit to get to the answers, a steering board can keep a programme from failing.
If you are worried that your project is failing, why not declare failure rather than get into an expensive rescue deal? Setting failing projects on the path to delivery is a skill that requires decades of experience. Here's my ‘change in three’ method to set your project on the path to delivery.