Dealing with a feasibility analysis reminds me of the many project implementations that I have witness failing. The reason for the failure was due to the lack of a feasibility analysis.
In this case, the program implementation dealt with a counter that would count the amount of times students would enter the HPU computer lab without an ID. The policy was that you as a student are allotted 3 opportunities to enter the computer lab without an ID. After those three chances were given, students are not supposed to be let into the lab without an ID card. Although the program in itself was very useable and met the needs of the client, the project was not strategically aligned with the business. This very essential part of the feasibility analysis was not met, and therefore the project ended in failure. The flaw did not lye with program counting student ID less entries, but with the policy. To deny current students entry into the computer lab for a missing ID is unacceptable. This goes to show that experience and foresight in planning such as Feasibility analysis are essential to success.