To plan a project you need to be sure that you have captured all of the deliverables and tasks that make up the finished project in a Work..
Project Risk Management is the process or activities associated with identifying risks, analysing risks, developing appropriate responses to risks, and monitoring risk triggers.
The Programme Brief enables the Sponsoring Group to decide whether to commission the detailed planning and design work to fully define the programme. It presents the high level business case and addresses the key question: How much potential is there for a programme in this area?
As a principle, the project manager should proactively be monitoring and working to eliminate the need for any changes, while at the same time having a process in place to manage such eventualities.
This tool is used to describe competitive forces in a market economy. The application of this tool involves evaluating the relative position of buyers and suppliers in the market, as well as the other forces including substitution, industry rivalry, and new potential market entrants.
A SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis can help you understand how your business is positioned in relation to the market and your competitors