DIPLOMA OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT 1 ALINE ROSSA - S40042870 Written or Oral Questions 1. When establishing your project, how might you: a. Identify project objectives. Through an initiation document to the "PID" project that is the beginning of the project base. It is a detailed building where all interested parties can clearly understand what the project is about. The PID will define who is responsible for the project, dates of delivery, why and when the project will be done, what the project is about, all project costs, risks and constraints. b. Negotiate project objectives, outcomes and benefits with stakeholders. Any project created has ben a narrow goal to be achieved. In order for the results to be achieved, we must have different activities to reach the final result. The objectives of a project can be: - Principal: reason for the project, - Additional: indirect benefits or even results, - Non-objectives: These are objectives that are expected with the completion of the project, but will not happen. All objectives must be clearly and concretely addressed to the extent that all parties involved in the project clearly understand. The objectives of a project should be: S - specific, significant. M - debatable, meaningful. A - attainable, achievable, acceptable, action oriented, agreed upon. R - realistic, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented T - time-based, tangible. The project results are the impact that the project has on the organisation and its domains. These can be, changes in the actions and conditions of it. Every project has a goal and that goal is the change you want to accomplish, the goals are the methods you worked to achieve results. The benefits of the projects are the changes made to achieve the goal.
Products are tangible products or services that are created as a result of project activities, they are easier to measure / quantify than results and benefits, but may not impact the desired impact on results. The entire benefit organisation can be a part of the project. This planning takes place at the beginning of the negotiations, where they help to trace the objectives and results of the project.
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