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‡ Projects happen in two ways:
a) Planned and then executed or
b) Executed, stopped, planned, and then executed.
‡ Tasks progress quickly until they become 90 percent complete and then
remain at 90 percent forever.
‡ Initial planning is the most vital part of a project. The review of most
failed projects indicates the disasters were well planned to happen from
the start.
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‡ Wrong decisions made early can be recovered from. Right decisions
made late cannot correct them.

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Engages stakeholders
Develops a vision to align to organizations objectives
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Delivering using the right resources at the enterprise level
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hange management; Stakeholder expectations
Sponsorship and ommunications
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Äocus on results rather than cost schedule and scope
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Reactive Anticipatory and proactive Balances the role of traditional Program
Management processes with a broader, flexible
view to better plan for and respond to change
Primarily project Domain authority goes Links program objectives and technical
management beyond project management execution by incorporating strategy, people,
process, technology in business and technical
decisions
osts and Value and Results-focused Manages and monitors business benefits at all
milestone focused stages of the program
Output-focused Outcome-focused Äocuses on the strategic results, going far
beyond tracking, monitoring and reporting
outputs
Administrative Strategic and Agile Monitors the operating environment continuously
to increase agency speed and agility

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