By: John D. McGregor


With the latest statistics claiming that 15- 50% of projects are cancelled before they deliver anything, perhaps what we have always gotten is not what we have always wanted. Intentionality is a property of a decision. A decision that is the result of explicit examination of relevant factors is an intentional decision. It takes longer to make an intentional decision so many managers don't make the effort. They go with the default, business as usual, and they get what they have always gotten.

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John D. McGregor, “Intentionality”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 9, no. 1 (January 2010), pp. 7-13, doi:10.5381/jot.2010.9.1.c1.

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