Project justification by ProQuest

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While cost is often used as the reason for killing a project, it may just be a way to avoid the uncomfortable conversation. Two common causes why certain projects disapproved before the case for implementation is even made are project justification and alignment. Management must pick projects based on impact, urgency and the strategic direction of the organization. Any project that greatly improves the rate of advancement toward where the organization is going will definitely be given the higher priority. Project leaders must determine the return on investment on the efficiency and effectiveness between current and future processes. You must rely on your own knowledge and experience to identify the best approach for estimating benefits that can be communicated.

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