Tailoring an approach is iterative in nature, and therefore is a constant process itself during the project life cycle. Project teams collect feedback from all stakeholders on how the methods and
tailored processes are working for them as the project progresses to evaluate their effectiveness and add value to the organization. All lessons are based on the PMBOK®, 7th Edition.
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I’m your host, Kaye B and we’re talking about Tailored Project Approach.
It’s always beneficial to tailor the project based on the unique situation of the project. It can lead to a higher level of project performance and an increased probability of success. This can produce direct and indirect benefits such as:
· Deeper commitment from project team members because they took part in defining the approach,
· Reduction in waste in terms of actions or resources,
· More efficient use of project resources, as project teams understand how it can affect the project outcom
· Increased innovation, efficiency, and productivity;
· Lessons learned, so that improvements from a specific delivery approach can be shared and applied to the next round of work or future projects;
· Discovery of improved outcomes, processes, or methods through experimentation;
· Effective integration within multidisciplinary project teams of methods and practices used to deliver project results
Tailoring an approach is a constant process during the project life cycle. It’s a good idea for project teams to collect feedback from all stakeholders on how the methods and new processes are working as the project progresses to evaluate their effectiveness and add value to the organization.
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