Choosing by Advantages — Hal Macomber
Choosing By Advantages has been called “standard work for decision-making on lean projects.” Participants will learn the fundamental rule for making decisions along with the three supporting principles and the five step CBA process.
Choosing by Advantages - Hal Macomber
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A very large proportion of complex capital projects fail. They either exceed the budget they were funded at, open after they were supposed to, were scaled back and compromised from what was promised at the outset, or some combination of all three.