Critical Success Factors
Before you can finalize a scope of services, you must understand both the client’s critical success factors and those of your firm. And you must be able to quantify them. Once this is done, you can prepare a scope of services that defines exactly what you need to do. If you fail to link the scope of work to the client’s critical success factors, you’re likely to end up with an unhappy client.
The work breakdown structure is a breakdown of that scope in the form of a task outline. The organizational breakdown structure defines who is responsible for each task. The accounting breakdown structure determines how you will collect the costs on the project. Topic covered include:
- Critical success factors and SMART objectives
- Identifying and delivering on your clients’ priorities
- The cost, schedule, and performance matrix
- Now you’re ready to develop the WBS and scope
- The work breakdown structure (e.g., task outline)
- How to prepare an efficient task outline
- Why project management should be a separate task
- Your scope of services
DURATION: One Hour
CREDITS: This e-learning course is approved for 1 PDH.
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