1.5. Understanding the Project Environment
The project environment is made up of internal and external factors that influence a project. When managing a project, the project manager must consider more than just the project itself. Proactively managing a project involves understanding the environment in which the project must function.
The following are some examples of the elements that make up the project environment:
The organizational structure itself plays a large role in how a project is managed and is a major influential factor within the project environment. This is intermingled with the company culture.
The physical environment includes considerations such as:
Physical geography ...