The project context, or project environment, is explained. The project context consists of internal and external stakeholders and constraints, and the external constraints are best summarized in the acronym PESTLE, which stands for Political, Economic, Social, Technical, Legal, and Environmental. The effect of these constraints is discussed.
Project context; project environment; PESTLE; environmental legislation
Projects are influenced by a multitude of factors which can be external or internal to the organization responsible for its management and execution. The important thing for the project ...