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PROJECT INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT 1 PROJECT INTEGRATION 1. When establishing your project, how might you: a. Identify project objectives. b. Negotiate project objectives, outcomes, and benefits with stakeholders. c. Negotiate project governance structure with relevant authorities and stakeholders? IDENTIFY PROJECT OBJECTIVES Project managers are business experts in charge of supervising and handling the completing job tasks. One of the first important tasks for a project manager is to define goals, including practical statements about how a project is going to proceed. Goals come from a number of sources, which ensures that project managers have to compile and redefine them to grasp and implement the work team. BASED ON GOALS One way of identifying targets is to analyse the goals of a project first. The long-term outcomes of programs are objectives or objectives. They show what a company needs in a project to accomplish. Objectives are realistic and short-term paths for achieving objectives. The project managers must first distinguish between priorities and goals and ensure that goals are useful paths towards specified goals. BASED ON FEEDBACK By looking at data and input on the problem a project addresses, a business manager may determine priorities. Customers, customers, and staff feedback can already provide clear targets. Tom Mochal is a project manager. He gives an example in which a company plans to update its telephone system so that callers can wait less than two minutes on average. This is an aim for customer service improvement. A project manager could define this goal by reading customer surveys that disclose an average 1–3 minutes answer as a fair time to wait for a call. OBJECTIVE CONSIDERATION Practical constraints can influence what kinds of goals a project may pursue. These constraints include your project team's expertise, your project budget, and the time you need to complete the project. You may formulate completely new goals by exploring weaknesses. You can, for example, only find low-cost targets if you have a small budget to work with. Similarly, if you own an individual in your working group with particular marketing experience, an advertising campaign may be organized to raise product interest by a given number of consumer enquiries per week for one of your projects. DECISIONS FROM ABOVE Even if you are a highly competent project manager, you can need to meet the directions of a superior of your firm in order to achieve your job project goals. Although top management is more likely to achieve objectives that you define, you will need to identify objectives that meet superiors in certain instances. This may be the case with goals which produce tangible results for a company's investors. It can also take the form of an aim proposed or agreed on by the owner as a way to measure the progress of a project and not to try and evaluate the project on the basis of abstract objectives.

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