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The P3 sponsor or manager needs to perform an assessment of the environment as early as possible in the life cycle. Of the typical �checklists� that exist to help such an assessment, the most common is PESTLE, which stands for political, economic, sociological, technical, legal and ecological factors.The assessment should not only consider the effect that the environment has on the project, programme or portfolio. It should also consider the impact of the work on its environment.As the work progresses, the interactions between the work and its environment will develop and change. The P3 sponsor and manager must monitor this relationship and identify any threats and opportunities that arise.
In-text: (Environment | Association for Project Management, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Apm.org.uk. 2017. Environment | Association for Project Management. [online] Available at: <https://www.apm.org.uk/body-of-knowledge/context/setting/environment/> [Accessed 16 November 2017].
In all construction projects the client must brief the industry about what is expected of the proposed building or other construction work. Often there will be a formal written brief or series of briefs that may form part of a tender document. In other cases the brief may be much more informal. However, briefing is more than the writing of documents – it is the process through which the client and construction industry explore, develop and communicate the client’s requirements.
In-text: (Briefing, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Constructing Excellence. 2017. Briefing. [online] Available at: <http://constructingexcellence.org.uk/resources/briefing/> [Accessed 15 November 2017].
To have a good understanding of the identified constraints at the planning stages, we suggest the management to have the constraints documented and to consider these constraints in the relevant project planning agenda and schedule as well as the designing of the organizational structure. At the implementation stage, the management should keep track of the progress and be aware of the constraints they encounter.
In-text: (Lau and Jiahui Kong, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Lau, E. and Jiahui Kong, J., n.d. IDENTIFICATION OF CONSTRAINTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE. Division of Science and Technology, City University of Hong Kong,.
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