Regardless of industry or experience, no professional is immune to project failure. The construction industry, with lots of moving pieces from finance to engineering departments, is no exception.

In Part 1 of 2, Kintone Chief Operating Officer Dave Landa shares with Construction Business Owner readers some common reasons for project failure.

It can be difficult to put your finger on the one main cause for project failure, because, well, there are just so many factors that can lead to failure in the first place. Among the laundry list of reasons projects go awry include a lack of communication, direction, employee burnout and unrealistic expectations. In the first of this two-part series, we will tackle two of four (un)popular reasons that projects fail: unclear objectives and ignoring the need for change management.

Read the rest of the complete article from Construction Business Owner.

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