I will pay for the following article IT Project Failure. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Chief among these reasons is a failure of management. While there are many other reasons for the failure, some of which are highly technical, the fact remains that lack of leadership and a weak project manager is the main reasons for the project failures. Another major reason is outsourcing when companies outsource their projects, this often leads to distrust and a deterioration of the relationship. This leads to poor performance, which leads to more mistrust, which leads to even poorer performance, and so on. Whatever the reason for the project failures technical, vendor failures or failure of management – one thing is clear, and this is that project failures must be dealt with early and swiftly. If project failures are not dealt with, because an individual is reluctant to admit to higher management that a project is failing, then this leads to a buggy software entering the marketplace. And, as will be shown, the buggy software may lead to serious consequences that include debilitation and death.
IT projects fail for a variety of reasons. Among these are technological difficulties, organizational and functional problems, managerial issues, and many other reasons. The chance of an IT project failing is higher than engineering projects because they are different in the following ways: 1) their constraints are abstract, which generates overambitious projects and unrealistic expectations. 2) they are difficult to visualize, which makes it difficult to understand and leads to late problem detection. 3) the flexibility of the project is perceived excessively, and this leads to budget and time overruns and to the user asking for changes on a frequent basis. 4) their complexity is hidden.