Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Struggling to Define your Project Approach?

It doesn’t seem that hard to define a project’s approach. It’s just a description of the project strategies for achieving the project objectives. Simply stated it’s the path the project team will take to get to the desired end result. Simple as it may be it still drives many project managers nuts, causing them to stare at a blank page, unable to articulate anything of value.
Three types of project managers struggle with defining their project’s approach:
  • Type 1: those who have always worked on projects of the kind.
  • Type 2: those who have worked on similar projects but the conditions of the current project are not at all the same.
  • Type 3: those who have never taken on a project of the kind, nor has their organization.
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