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Video: Five reasons to kill IT projects

According to IS Audit and Control Association, 43 percent of organizations recently killed an IT project. This episode of CIO Sanity Savers discusses the top five reasons projects were killed and the implications of each one.

A survey of IT experts revealed that 43 percent of their organizations had recently killed an IT project. The study, conducted by the IS Audit and Control Association, an independent IT governance group, highlighted the top five reasons these organizations named for terminating projects before they were completed. This episode of CIO Sanity Savers discusses the five reasons and the implications of each one.

For those of you who prefer text over video, you can click the "Transcript" link underneath the video or you can read the original article from Michael Krigsman that this episode was based on: Five reasons to kill IT projects.

About Jason Hiner

Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.

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