You may not want to admit it—but every so often a project fails. That is, it doesn't quite hit the profitability mark. And maybe it's more often than you'd like to admit. Research suggests as many as one-third of projects don't meet the firm's own profitability metrics. And even more alarming, nearly two-thirds of firms lack the transparency to effectively measure profitability benchmarks. How is that even possible?
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