Large projects tend to be significant and strategic organizationally-driven projects.  There are usually aligned with the attainment of key strategic objectives of the organization, and will often have far reaching impact within the organization. These projects are usually 12 months or more in duration, and involve larger size project teams – often with 30 or more team members.  These projects may require more extensive use of external consultants and contracting expertise, and will typically have much more complex procurement requirements.

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THe Technical tasks are not clear and see out of place. Regardless if it is a techincal project or not the deliverables should be outlined a build and validation approach. This would apply whether it is an IT project or a construction project. Also emphasis on recurrence of tasks for project status reports. The need for these to be timely and accurate to gain credibility.


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