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i need to prepare a drive through project for existing grocery store. I need advices and help. Thank you in advanve
i need to prepare a drive through project for existing grocery store. I need advices and help. Thank you in advanve
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The great thing about project management is the flexibility it affords to us to execute on the objective to best satisfy and deliver on the requirements as garnered through brainstorming and elicitation exercises.

So, as long as you know the directional needs of the project, you are able to help orchestrate an execution schedule to best provide value to the customer.
Is this IT or Architectural or or or ? It's a pretty broad question.
First step is to drill down and determine the objective. The drive through concept is not the objective, the objective I would guess is to provide services under current constraints - the service being effective delivery of groceries with minimal risk to staff and clients. A drive through may be the immediate "jump-to" solution, but is it the right one?

Take a look at what the competitors are doing, determine the pros and cons, talk to the clients, develop options considering known constraints. Its called making a business case. Then all you have to do is deliver using basic project management techniques.
Projects are started to create a solution for a business problem but the solution definition is outside to project management, is on business analysis field. Solution is equal to "the thing" (product/service/result) to be created plus "the way" (project) to create it. From product/service/result requirements project requirements (all related to project) are created. So, the first thing to take into account, is to understand which is the required scope, I mean, if you will be on charge of both components in the solution equation or not.

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