"Those who forget the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it." - George Santayana

Many organizations execute projects that fail because they look at the wrong data indicators and then are doomed to repeat their failures. This happens because if they retain any historical data, it is usually the same data that led them to their poor decisions in the first place. It is like getting wrong directions from Mapquest and, even after getting lost, using them every time you go to that same location. What data should organizations use? Which indicators will aid the project manager in executing the project and also provide an historical record of past performance?

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