Tag: success measurements

Defining Proper Success Metrics on Business Objectives Models

Defining Proper Success Metrics on Business Objectives Models ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

The Business Objective Model (BOM) is one of the foundational  models we use as part of the ArgonDigital  requirements methodology.  The BOM defines the rationale for doing a project.  Every BOM has the following key component parts. 1.  Problems  – the business problems to be solved or addressed 2.  Objectives – the targeted objectives or […]

How Can IT Success be Measured Independent of Project Success?

How Can IT Success be Measured Independent of Project Success? ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

I am on the opinion that there is a clear difference between overall project success and the performance of the IT team associated with the project.  You can find my detailed discussion on this viewpoint here. Given that there is a fundamental dichotomy in the outcomes between the related and symbiotic efforts of the Business […]

The Difference Between IT Success and Project Success

The Difference Between IT Success and Project Success ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

The recent well publicized problems with the Health Care web site, to support the Affordable Care Act (ACA), when it was launched in late October drove home a very important point to me: There is a fundamental difference between the success of a project (business or government initiative) as whole and the performance of the […]

Using Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and Features in Project Success Measurements

Using Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and Features in Project Success Measurements ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

As I pointed out in a prior post on project success measurements, overall project success and the success of the related IT development effort can be mutually exclusive of each other.  A business can achieve the objectives for a certain initiative regardless of whether the related IT effort succeeds or not.  Similarly, an IT initiative […]