The classic approach to project and scope management – still widely practiced in organizations and taught at universities – brings with it the unfortunate side effect of new information silos.

The problem arises because projects are generally driven by single departments on tight budgets and timelines. While no organization can hope to coordinate every project with everyone, too little coordination before and during projects tends to undermine efforts to manage information as an enterprise asset.

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