When projects succeed, we hear about team collaboration, but when projects fail many look to leaders. Here’s why all stakeholders are responsible for project failures and how to ensure that everyone works together.

Based on his experience as an IT project leader and founder of Bold Array, a custom web applications company, Josh Nolan said, “Stakeholders are a key component to projects success or failures…it is always easier to place blame on the project manager or lead since that member of the team holds a lot of responsibility for the project’s success.” He believes stakeholders are equally responsible for project success or failure because more often than not a PM will move forward based on their feedback and direction. He agrees that stakeholders should be physically and emotionally engaged and invested in a project in order to produce the best end results.

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