PROJECT MANAEMENT FOR ENTERPRISE
The E39 Coastal Highway Route is Norwegian’s largest infrastructure project which
covers 1110km Trondheim and Kristiansand. The project was confirmed by the parliament in
2017 and it is expected to be completed by 2035 (
Taljegard et al. 2017).
The improved coastal
highway route would eliminate the need for ferry crossing leading to a closer connection of cities
using advanced technological resources like floating tubes and existing suspensions (
In other words, the E39 Coastal Highway Route project would thrive the regional
business by connecting different markets allowing Norway to dominate as the regional largest
exporter. The report will attempt to evaluate the different utilized in the case for E39 Coastal
To critically appraise the aspects that may influence the continuity of the E39 Coastal
Highway Route project through risk analysis and environmental assessment tool.
To conduct the assessment of strengths and weaknesses of planning tools that would be
effective in monitoring and controlling the project
To critically perform stakeholder’s assessment of the project and discuss the alternative
strategies for stakeholder project management.
To critically discuss the viability of the recommended Prince2 methodology for the E39
Coastal Highway Route project.
To provide a project plan with a schedule for completing the E39 Coastal Highway Route
Risk Plan Approach
A risk management plan is vital for the continuity of the E39 Coastal Highway Route project
hence the project manager has a task to identify ways of responding to various challenges that
may interfere with a successful completion. The risk planning approach for the E39 Coastal
Highway Route project can include identification of potential loss exposures, evaluation of the
risk, and examining the applicable option the E39 Coastal Highway Route (