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Project Management, Planning and Control, 7th Edition by Albert Lester

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Chapter 4

Project Context (Project Environment)

Abstract

The project context, or project environment, is explained in this chapter. The project context consists of internal and external stakeholders and constraints. The external constraints are best summarized by the acronym PESTLE, which stands for political, economic, social, technical, legal and environmental. The effect of these constraints is also discussed.

Keywords

Environmental legislation; PESTLE; Project context; Project environment
Projects are influenced by a multitude of factors which can be external or internal to the organization responsible for its management and execution. ...

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