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Home > News & Views > Insights & News > The CIO's supplier dilemma
The project you signed off last year has seemingly been going to plan, then just weeks before the launch date small cracks become gaping fissures and you find yourself confronting reality: the project isn’t going to deliver as planned.
When large sums of money and your personal reputation is on the line, there is not a more terrifying or isolating experience. But you are not alone. Of all large (>$10m) projects started just 10% are delivered on time, on budget and with required features. 38% are simply cancelled before completion or never used.
Partner Hadley Baldwin has been wrestling with this challenge for 15 years. Read his full article by clicking on the button below.
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Global Operational Risk Management framework implementation
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