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1. What are the typical aspects of project success for stakeholders who are organizational managers?
Rewards and recognition for the project team members.
Business benefits achieved, results align with organizational imperatives, and personal goals are satisfied.
Project completes on time, on budget, and no quality issues.
2. What should you do if a key stakeholder is not committed to a project?
Determine the reason why they are not committed and modify the project to remove their concern and/or add an aspect that is a personal goal of the stakeholder.
Treat that stakeholder as you would any other stakeholder – sending them appropriate communication and meeting with them as required.
Modify the project so as to exclude that stakeholder from project communication and interaction.
3. What is the difference between a project success and a project management success?
There is no difference, they are the same thing.
A project success is obtaining permission to start a project and a project management success is the completion of the project.
A project success means the organization has received the benefits that the project was to deliver; a project management success is that the project ended on time, on budget, and completed all the scope.
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