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What Factors Are To Be Considered While Identifying A Project?

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Senzy M answered
You first identify the problem. From there you come up with project options that are meant to address that problem. From those options you select the one that is more viable through:
Conducting a feasibility study.
Identifying threats.
Measuring the available and/or attainable resources against the due activities.
Calculating or estimating costs.
Drawing up a budget.
Drafting the Work Breakdown Structure.
Outlining the scope of the project.

From there you should:
Conduct a SWOT analysis.
Do environmental scanning.
Identify macro environmental factors directly affecting the project.
Make assumptions and prepare for differences (outcome vs. Initial estimate)
Come up with a contingency plan or strategy, in case the original project does not succeed.
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Projects are often described and delegated by a manager or executive. They go over their expectations and goals and it’s up to the team to manage logistics and execute the project in a timely manner. Sometimes deadlines can be given or a time limitation. For good project productivity, some teams break the project up into individual tasks so they can manage accountability and utilize team strengths. I am sorry if you feel like you cannot manage this task you may always turn for the help to the professional service. You may also google about Marvelous essay service and check how it works.

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