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Discussion on: Why Tech Projects Fail: Management, Planning, Process

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Rattanak Chea • Edited

I can relate to your post very well. I have been such projects a few times now. For me,there is a communication barrier between non-techincal manager and developers. Budget planning also seems to be an issue, and there is usually more responsibility/pressure for a single developer. Most importantly, stakeholders have vague ideas of the products they want to build, and result in feature creeps or less than MVP product.

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Rob Waller Author

Glad it's useful. It is essential you work with clients to clearly define what they want before you begin building. Vagueness is a killer.

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Rattanak Chea

As a developer, I feel bad when I had to make shortcuts to just make it work and meet the deadline, thus producing less maintainable code.