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Posted September 16, 2011
Ideally, we would never need a book like this. But, that's not the reality of the world. Todd Williams provides us with some very useful information about why projects go wrong and how the issues can be addressed. There is also a great list of additional resources. That said, the writing is occasionally a bit choppy. The case studies are too brief to be of real value and, unfortunately, are often simply stories of how the author came in to save the day. There is an absolute bias for agile methodology, but standard methodologies are not ignored and their value is usually represented fairly. You probably won't agree with all of the author's conclusions, but the book is still a useful tool.
Bottom line - good book to have available for reference. Still looking for a great one.
Posted December 14, 2011
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