Month: November 2014

Why Do Projects Succeed or Fail? Aligning Functional Goals

My last post concerned the first principle of the Basic Collaboration Level of the Project Execution Maturity Model, Collaborative Execution. This post introduces the second principle, Functional Goals Alignment. Functional goals alignment Many project teams consist of multiple disciplines from a variety of sources: technical experts, operations experts, subcontractors, supply chain management, financial controllers, schedulers, etc. …

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Why Do Projects Succeed or Fail? Aligning Functional Goals

My last post concerned the first principle of the Basic Collaboration Level of the Project Execution Maturity Model, Collaborative Execution. This post introduces the second principle, Functional Goals Alignment. Functional goals alignment Many project teams consist of multiple disciplines from a variety of sources: technical experts, operations experts, subcontractors, supply chain management, financial controllers, schedulers, etc. …

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