The new rules of digital transformation
Thursday, June 3rd | 09:45 - 10:15 (EST) | 15:45 - 16:15 (CET)
Previous decades have seen massive IT projects fail repeatedly. What have we learned from these mistakes?
In 2014, the Dutch government estimated a $1B-$5B waste on IT projects. Moreover, for CIOs, only 1% of IT projects are expected to be successful, which is further fueled by the shift from IT being once about technology, and now it is about organization and prices.
During this interview, Dr. Hans Mulder, European Director of the Standish Group, will share his broad base of knowledge about why IT projects fail and how to ensure success with a digital twin of an organization.
“Make 2020 the end of software projects, but keep the lessons learned—of short decision latency, good sponsors, good teams, and good places.” - Hans Mulder
Hans Mulder is European Research Director of the Standish Group, professor at the University of Antwerp (UA), Antwerp Management School (AMS) and the Police Academy of the Netherlands. Furthermore, he has published more than 100 articles in specialist journals and international magazines, and is the author of several books such as "Rapid Enterprise Design."