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There are many reasons why projects fail, but there are a few common causes that can lead to the downfall of even the most well-planned endeavor.

In this article, we've explored some of the most common reasons why projects fail, and what you can do to avoid these pitfalls.

By following these tips, you can increase the chances of your project being a success:

Incomplete Requirements

One of the most common reasons for project failure is incomplete or incorrect requirements. All too often, projects

An important part of project success is effectively communicating status of the project to internal stakeholders. These project briefings are important whether you are the only one working on the project or when you are part of a team, and perhaps even the project leader.

When a project has a high profile in the company people want to know what is happening with the project; what is going well; what is not going well and who are the players?

Be consistent with what you cover in meetings and even

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