1. Community 2. Common sense 3. Coordination 4. Creativity 5. Communication
1. Clarity 2. Collaboration 3. Coordination 4. Creativity 5. Communication
1. Critique 2. Common sense 3. Coordination 4. Creativity 5. Communication
1. Clarity 2. Common sense 3. Coordination 4. Creativity 5. Communication
Investigating the background
Reflecting on project steps
Demonstrating project outcomes
Avoid ( refrain from carrying out the activity that will result in the risk occurring)
Prevent (to do the best to prevent any possible risk)
Reduce/Mitigate ( take action to reduce the impact of the risk, should it occur, or to reduce the likelihood of it occurring)
Transfer ( pass all or part of the risk to another person or organisation)
Accept ( understand and accept the consequences of the risk)
Innovation - what are the new concepts your project is addressing?
Quality – how will we ensure that deliverables meet the quality standards?
Sustainability - how will the project continue after the finances are spent?
Clarity of Vision
Factors that are common to unsuccessful projects.
Considerations that will help to ensure project success.
Stages of project management.
Interacting with project stakeholders in order to identify their degree of satisfaction.
Evaluating the project steps and their implementation.
Ways to reflect on project management.
Collecting lessons learned at the end of the project in order to build on best practices and find out what can be improved.