Successful major project is partly the result of continuous improvements. Regularly assessing processes, resources and team culture are vital.
You can’t manage a major project simply by drawing on industry experience, being familiar with project management principles, and applying technology.
A successful major project is the result, in part, of continuously improving the ability of the project to meet business goals. That’s the third key to success, and it encompasses self-assessments, performance appraisals, new processes, operational readiness and technology resources, and lessons learned.
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