3 pitfalls to achieving the full value of investments

A significant number of IT projects are failing to achieve full investment value, according to CEB research. Why are projects failing to achieve full value and what can the CIO do about it? Start by avoiding these three major pitfalls.
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Chad is the president and founder of Ecosystems. For the last 15 years, Chad has led the organization, focusing on empowering the Fortune 500 to show the full value of an investment by establishing Value Management Offices (VMOs) to quantify, capture, and report on business value.

Chad's passion is to impact the lives of others. At Ecosystems, he focuses on clarifying the impact of investments on business strategy and operations. Within his community, he focuses on the impact of local organizations while serving as the Chair of the McLean Community Center Governing Board.

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