Measuring the CUSTOMER Outcome of a Project


 
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Measuring the CUSTOMER Outcome of a Project
Saudia Mohamed
The following questions are intended to measure customer outcome of projects.
- When are projects successfully managed and completed?
- Is there a demand for facilitating customer projects to success?
- Which requirements do customers have with regard to success factors for managing a project portfolio more effectively?
- Are time, money and quality the only (measurable) results that the customer aims for?
Your answers from a customerís perspective is much appreciated.
 

 
Measuring a Project's CUSTOMER Outcome
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Measuring the Customer Outcome of Projects
Earl G. Rowe, Project Manager, Jamaica, Member
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