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There is a need for case studies that provide opportunities to learn the difficult nuances of project management that are difficult to effectively recreate within another"s mind. This article offers survival skills in project management for the difficult existing business environment, particularly within information systems, of today. The case study considers the tragic expeditions in 1996 to scale the peak of Mount Everest. Things went terribly wrong, ending in the deadliest tragedy in thedoi:10.17705/1cais.02444 fatcat:2iigmdv3zngz3bl3srepehtepi