Last Updated on: March 22, 2018
New CHAOS Report (2018)Feb 15, 2018
The new CHAOS Report: Decision Latency Theory: It’s All About the Interval. This CHAOS Report 2018 presents the root cause of software project performance. The report also includes classic CHAOS data in different forms with many charts. Most of the charts come from the CHAOS database of over 50,000 in-depth project profiles from the fiscal years 2013 to 2017. A highlight of this report is our analysis and thought leadership what makes a project succeed with the winning hand and what makes a losing hand. There are four main section is this 68 page book:
1. Decision Latency Theory
2. Winning Hand
3. Classic CHAOS
4. Factors of Success
5. Skills of the Factors of Success
For almost a quarter of century, The CHAOS Report provides the most accurate and in-depth reporting on software project performance. Get your copy in our store.
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CHAOS Tuesday News
CHAOS Tuesday #111: is an overview of our Good Sponsor Roundtable to be held April 25 10:30 - 20:30 including dinner and April 26 from 9:00 to 15:30. All sessions will take place at an Antwerp Management School, Antwerp. Belgium. In The Good Sponsor Roundtable you will join a unique and inspirational forum to learn how to mentor project owners and sponsors. The roundtable features peers, experts, and best practices that will spark reflective action to put in practice. By engaging in The Good Sponsor Roundtable you will discover how to:
• Overcome the executive ego barrier to improvement
• Discover the most important sponsor weakness
• How to improve the most important sponsor weakness
• Improve the general sponsor skills through our unique exercises
• How to rank and benchmark your sponsors
You will also learn how to help your sponsors move up in the rankings
Theo van Leest rates The Public Execution of Miss Scarlet…
Joseph Puthenpurackal believes that) good sponsors need to embody principles…
Mohamed Bougharda suggests that having a correct decision…
Tim Vermeulen rates The Project Saboteur 5 out of 5 butterflies.
Pascal de Haan suggests that the right team with a good sponsor should go hand in hand.