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How to Manage Project Environment From Initiation To Close

Peter Landau
Publication date:
October 14, 2021
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How to Manage Project Environment From Initiation To Close
The project environment is all the internal and external forces that can impact the project management. It is important to understand the project environment and proactively plan to manage the factors that might influence the project. Factors such as where the project is happening, the social environment, and the demographic of the area can all influence the project management plan. When managing a project, it is important to define objectives, scope, budget and schedule, but often neglect the project management environment. Project management software can help manage the project environment, which is composed of internal and external factors.

Internal factors include organizational structure and organizational culture, physical environment, political environment, cultural and religious issues, and tools, skills and experience of the team. External factors include weather, site access constraints, utilities, local service availability and availability of human and material resources. These factors can impact the speed and efficiency of the project, as well as the scope and standards.


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Peter Landau
How to Manage Project Environment From Initiation To Close
October 14, 2021
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