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Repeat theses steps during the project to manage risks, opportunities, changes and expectations. Communicate to interested parties which of their requirements will be fulfilled or not fulfilled by the project.

Consider the options to achieve a win-win negotiation.

Choose the place, time, duration and means of communication. Collects information on the interests basellne the various parties associated with the project and assesses their reliability on a personal and working level. Plan, execute, control and close approved changes.

Define the roles, responsibilities, interfaces and levels of authority in the project. Analyze verson current situation, identify what issues are likely to provoke debate and possible consequences. Develop a PM concept and agree to the PM contract with the customer. Changes must be monitored against the original project goals and objectives.


Control and audit the use of the project management information system. Review performance and seed feedback.

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A certification scheme contains the specific requirements related to particular categories of people to which the same standards and rules and the same procedures apply. Understand and adopt an alternative point of view when appropriate.

Eventually adjust project objectives. It also includes optimizing the way resources are utilized in the time schedule as well as monitoring and control of theses resources. The deliverables of a project are tangible or intangible assets created by the project for the customer.

Identify all proposed changes. Identify actions to reduce stress.

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Documents lessons learnt and apply cersion future project. Provides feedbacks on the lessons learnt. Execute and control PM plans and changes, report on PM performance. Define project objectives and establish a project plan.

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Develop and apply corrective actions. Implement the project management information system. Update the different project plan affected by approved risks and opportunities response plan. Analyze objectives, plans and identify any deviations; run trend forecasts Develop and apply corrective actions.


Agree on deliverable-relayed services. Document the lessons learnt and apply to future projects. Evaluate and take appropriate action. Determine what needs to be communicated and the context. Identify commonalities and differences.

It ensures long-term business success through customer satisfaction. Identify common ground and differences. Plan the communication process and prepare the material.

We think you have liked this presentation. Select source of project funding. Modify the resource estimates database at project close-out with figures for the resources actually used. Appreciate and communicate achievements promptly and adequately.