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Large IT projects lack a consistently satisfied client because they don't optimally allocate resources toward achieving the most vital organizational business goals. Inevitably, a resource crunch builds up by the time the project reaches midlife. A huge negative sentiment also accumulates, which further vitiates project success. To address this endemic problem, the SGS project methodology ensures that resources are first allocated to the critical deliverables. Achieving the SGS establishes a successful frame of mind for the project team, which also adds to the overall acceptance of the IT solution in the organization. IT project management must find answers for the malaise of myriad failed project. Focusing IT project management on implementing a single overarching goal might substantially increase project successes.