The latest Standish Group Chaos Study results show Waterfall and Agile project success and failure rates. It should come as no surprise that Agile projects are statistically 2X more likely to succeed, and 1/3 less likely to fail than waterfall projects.
Initially, the statistics were really bad with IT project success rates measured at less than 20%. Thankfully things have improved, with the most recent report from the Standish Group showing technology project success rates at 36%.
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If you look at the higest-rated videos on YouTube, they’re not sad dramas, they’re men getting hit with inflatable balls or animals falling off things. Younger generations love humor, which is why advertising is using increasing quantities of it to sell things. People like it. It works.
Originality and unexpectedness are superpowers. Surprisingly, very few brands use them as such. They’re hard to master and far away from a science or anything you can test. That’s probably why you don’t see more truly original and unexpected communication today.