The study examines the reasons for the project’s failure, supplemented by the processing of the literature related to the topic, highlighting the project’s success factors and the project’s success criteria. Project implementation has become very popular in recent years. In addition to IT, organizational development and research and development (R&D) projects, the number of traditional investment projects also increased. Unfortunately, the number of failed projects has also increased along with the growing number of projects. There are various reasons for this.

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