The need for project prioritization appears when an organization has two or more either independent or dependent (portfolio) projects that are performed in parallel. How to identify the most preferable projects for implementation at the given point of time? Finally, how to be sure that the right projects are being performed? In this article we are going to answer all these critical questions.
Writing a project description document is a general task of the project manager or his/her deputy who is supposed to identify the idea, goals, background, approach, outcomes and other data in a correct and comprehensive manner. The document should define the project as a worthwhile and economically effective and reasonable endeavor to convince the sponsor of the need to make the necessary investments. In this publication I’m going to talk about Project Description, what criteria to use to write this document efficiently, and what steps to take to develop the document content
Deliverables acceptance management starts when the project manager develops a project plan and subordinated plans through communicating with the customer, team and other stakeholders. It is a coherent process that...
Project failure is when you do not get what you expect at the end of your project. It is a terrible situation when you cannot say anything about the received results as these results do not meet requirements of the project customer and sponsor. Let’s try to investigate in this article why most projects fail and what are the top reasons for project failure.