The overall project responsibilities lies in the successful delivery of the project and manage the constraints of the project. The project board will consist of suppliers, project board, and workers as represented below. The board of the project will be responsible for decision making considering every stakeholder. The board takes responsibility to take decisions related to the project.
The changes implemented in the project will be governance by the project heads considering the constraints of the project. The alteration in the processes and rules will be helpful I identifying and determining the accountability of the authority considering the policies and standards set by the organization on the commercial standard. It will also be considering the decision-making of the stakeholders.
Relationship to the Portfolio
The portfolio will be a helpful measure for transforming the project management into an innovative approach for better decision making and appropriate measures for managing the growth and development of the organization. Higher strategies can be transformed into operational plans that can support the changes being implemented within the organization.
Project decision making related to the activities and audit phases are the authorization points.
In relation with the intellectual property of the organization, the delegation strategies for the project will deal with the delegations of the marketing activities, and the administration. “There are requirement of outsourcing along with delegation of 7tasks into the project.”
Measuring the infrastructure design at every phase of the project can be considered as the vital fact for the information validity.
Scrutiny will behave as a catalyst while sharing and exchanging the information related to the growth and development of the project that will be contributing in the modification of the local understanding in association with the activities related to the issues identified while delivering the project.
The work breakdown structure depicting the activities involved in the execution of the whole project and reporting the updates related to the ongoing development of the activities can be enlisted in the status reporting. Weekly review can be recommended for the status reporting while auditing the overall execution of the project.
The organization internal environment and culture aspects will be considered for the implementation of the improvements during the project execution through restricting the conflicts and issues during the overall growth and development of the project.
The internal and stakeholders will be engaged throughout the project lifecycle assuring that the individuals being assigned to the project are accomplishing their roles with full responsibility.
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