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Articles for May 2004

On the right track at last?

Network Rail's leaders believe they are putting the British network on course for improvement.
Lean times for innovation

The best way to create new products is to create new work practices.
'Don't automate, eliminate'

Our recent article on why large IT projects fail struck a chord with readers.
Kicking the six-figure habi

Not only is importing high-paid talent rarely worth it, the impact can be dire.
Why IT just doesn't compute

Public sector projects even more likely to fail than private.
Wellcome: 'Online science journals 30 pc cheaper'

Wellcome Trust believes open access can advance medical progress by loosening the stranglehold of a few big publishers over the distribution of publicly funded research.