It's proportional

In the years between 1994 and 2001, reported the Standish Group in their CHAOS 2001 report, the percentage of projects that organizations successfully realized sharply increased. The study found that the factors causing such improvement included better developed project management tools and processes and better trained practitioners. This article discusses this improvement in relation to the proliferation of project offices (POs) and identifies the six components that enable POs to improve. It also explains why POs are closely linked to the success organizations realize from practicing project management.
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