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Project requirements vs Project objectives
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What is the difference between project requirements and project objectives?

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Project objectives include measurable success criteria of project

Project requirements are translated form of stakeholders, needs, wants and
expectations
project objectives are the outcomes/expectations of the project ,
project requirements are the needs to deliver that outcomes
To me project objectives should be equivalent to the project benefits.
Project requirements are the technical description of the project.
The defintion is inside the PMBOK itself. Project requirements are derived and created from product requirements. It is all required to complete the project scope. Project objectives are things you have to achieve to consider the project successful. Project objectives related to scope, time, quality and cost will address the project requirements.
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1 reply by Moutaz Tarbin
Jul 22, 2019 11:58 PM
Moutaz Tarbin
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Requirements, I think, are not limited to product requirements or scope only, there are product requirement, project requirements, requirements for quality, schedule, and cost.
Aug 03, 2017 3:56 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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The defintion is inside the PMBOK itself. Project requirements are derived and created from product requirements. It is all required to complete the project scope. Project objectives are things you have to achieve to consider the project successful. Project objectives related to scope, time, quality and cost will address the project requirements.
Requirements, I think, are not limited to product requirements or scope only, there are product requirement, project requirements, requirements for quality, schedule, and cost.

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