I recently learned an interesting fact about the sinking of the Titanic that isn’t widely known: The catastrophe had its genesis with the requirements and the resulting design. An absolute requirement was that the Titanic be unsinkable, but there was also the desire to build a ship of unprecedented luxury for first-class passengers, and that included a grandiose ballroom. The problem was that the water-tight bulkheads required for the ship’s integrity interfered with the ballroom, so someone made the decision to forego some of the ship’s integrity in favor of ultimate luxury.
What does this have to do with project management? Find out by reading today's article on the CA Clarity PPM Cookbook by Thomas Koehler, PPM, CA Technologies.
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