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Introduction to Projects

Sets out roles and responsibilities for delivery (governance) of individual projects, milestones and resources; identifies stakeholders; interdependencies; manages delivery; manages project budgets. A good project management method will guide the project through a controlled, well-managed, visible set of activities to achieve the desired results. All parties must be clear about why the project is needed, what it intends to achieve and what individuals responsibilities are in that achievement.

Projects Process

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Projects Process
1 Controlled Start-Up 2 Controlled Delivery 3 Controlled Closure 4 Review