ews that one in four government projects is in danger of failing may surprise you as something I view as worth celebrating.
It is a good thing that if it represents an honesty in project management status. It is a good thing if represents a true assessment of risk. It is a good thing if it avoids throwing further good money after bad. It is a good thing if it leads to corrective action being taken. It is a good thing if lessons are learnt and shared.
It is a good thing if other organisations learn that honesty in project management risk is something to be valued.
However, should the projects continue 'As Is' it represents a terrible waste of opportunity and a sad inditment on strategic procurement and project management.