Ten tenets of urgent and unforeseen project delivery


Over the last decade project management methodology has focused on creating a controlled environment through structure and process. But what happens when an organisation must respond to an urgent situation?

Based primarily on the Managing urgent and emergency response projects event, this handbook sets out a framework of ten critical factors. The handbook echoes the ‘Ten tenets of major project initiation’ detailed in the Major Projects Association companion publication, The Project Initiation Handbook, and provides an enhanced set of practices specifically relevant to urgent and unforeseen projects.

These ‘Ten tenets of urgent and unforeseen project delivery’ are designed to act as a guide to successful project initiation and execution for hard-pressed professionals on these exceptionally challenging projects.

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