Assessing the Scorecard

How would a project manager, a sponsor, or a client assess the capability of a project team to plan and execute a global project plan? To begin with, a project team that has experience in managing at least one global project is likely to be more successful than a team that has not previously managed projects in the global environment. However, it may also be the case that the previous project may have succeeded by following ad hoc methods rather than a process-based approach. Because of this, future success is not assured. To improve chances of success, both the client and the sponsoring organization of the project must determine if the project team as constituted is capable of developing and executing a project ...

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