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Project management requirement and project selections

1. Most organizations have limits to the resources they can apply to their portfolio(s) of projects?all projects must be considered and not every project will be started. What kinds of weighting factors do organizations consider as part of their prioritization process?

2 Why is critical thinking crucial to successful project management?

3 Does the maturity of an organization's project management capabilities affect the support and delivery of the organization's goals and objectives?

4 Under what circumstances might it be unwise to align project selection and prioritization with organizational goals?

5 Is it necessary to plan complex projects differently than simple projects? Why or why not?

6. The project life cycle typically passes through four stages: definition, planning, execution, and delivery. Do you think these four stages are typical of projects? Why or why not? Would you add any stages? Why or why not?

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1. Most organizations have limits to the resources they can apply to their portfolio(s) of projects?all projects must be considered and not every project will be started. What kinds of weighting factors do organizations consider as part of their prioritization process?

Most organizations will have to consider the immediate problems the organizations faced or the goals and objectives that the organizations would like to achieve for optimal outcome. For example, the production line of the organization may not be as efficient and effective as before, and the products produced cannot meet the customers' demand. Therefore, the organization has to invest their money to enhance the productivity.

2. Why is critical thinking crucial to successful project management?

Critical thinking is ...

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