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I would add: How do you see your role (Sponsor) when it comes to change orders for the project ?
i have added this point to the "How do you see your role : ... " question.
Thanks a lot.
the goals and the expectations are topics in one of the other sections.
I do not get your point on "communicate vision". May be you could elaborate a bit more on that one? May be you could formulate the question you would ask?
i am a bit irritated here:
This section is about the working relationship between sponsor and project manager, right?
Business goals are already treated in the "business outcome" section.
Why do you see this question here again?
I think I should consolidate all questions and provide you in one go. You may consider them for next release.
There are so many sections. May be I am unable to put my point. My bad, there is no intent to irritate you :)
no problem and i will definitely consider your inputs in the next version.
Thank you so much for your contribution; highly appreciated.
And "irritated" might have been the wrong word choice here, sorry for that.
It was a bit difficult to organize those discussions because of the many sections here. TO let them all within one thread may have created even more confusion.
Will try better next time. ;)
Though it is implicit to the escalation process I would explicitly ask about the decision making process and how much latitude/leeway the team and/or the project lead has (what the PRINCE2 guys probably would call tolerances):
"How do you want to handle project decisions? Where is the limit of what I/the team can decide on our own? Do I need to involve other people than you and if so, whom and in what cases? What issues would be so important for you that you need to know them immediately?"
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