Successfully managing project expectations. Every person in service delivery should ask themselves – and all involved at the inception of a project – what is the definition of success for this project? It seems simple, but is infrequently done. Let us offer a simple definition of success that can apply to all projects – a successful project is when the team delivered what was required and in-line with expectations. The definition is light on specifics, but very clear.
We all want successful projects. Even with a good plan, a good team and a good client, projects can be viewed as failures or fall short due to missed or misaligned expectations. This white paper, Successfully Managing Project Expectations: The Key to Project Success, lists top five practices for successfully managing project expectations. Download your complimentary PDF copy today. As you review the list, we challenge you to assess how capable and mature you and your organization are at executing these practices.
If you’re interested in enhancing project management skills to help drive successful delivery, feel free to look at our project management curriculum. We hope you enjoy the paper – come back to the comments section and let us know what you think!