|Managing large projects||Read with Acrobat|
This white paper examines the problems of managing large information technology projects and how the Ripose Technique has addressed these problems.
There is a plethora of research notes on every facet of information technology development (Gartner to name but one). The one common factor in all failures is the inability to align information technology with the business. This problem has been at the top of just about every survey ever carried out as to why information technology projects either fail or end up costing more than estimated.
After 28 years in the information technology industry, and having read hundreds of articles, the need for a truly effective, integrated tool to pull together (integrate) the seemingly disparate tasks became the number one priority of Ripose Pty Limited. (Articles)
In his book 'Patterns
of Software Failure & Success' (Published
by International Thompson Computer Press),
Capers Jones wrote the following summary
Yet on page 62, Mr.
Jones added the following:
Faced with all the dreams, promises, attempts and failures alluded to in the above articles, only a fully integrated top down approach, supported by a comprehensive tool set could solve the problem. The following would be a blueprint for such a 'dream' machine:
This needed 'dream' machine has now been realised and read more by having a look at the phases, stages, deliverables & sign off documents of the Ripose Technique.