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  • Chikwamo Joseph Mulenga Zambia statutory legislation against a particular technology may necitate quick implementation;
    2015-03-24 00:03:49

  • Chikwamo Joseph Mulenga Zambia A tightly fixed budget may be affected a sudden change in the value of the local currency, inflation, change in the cost of inputs, organisation's overall cashflow and somehow boardroom decisions.
    2015-03-24 00:03:10

  • YIMAM MULUGETA Norway Now I get the answer.
    2015-03-23 20:03:53

  • Emmanuel Sanwi Nigeria How do we handle the constraint?
    2015-03-18 22:03:58

    • Chikwamo Joseph Mulenga Zambia Constraints that are not monetary in nature will call for a plan B. Financial constraints may derail the project sgnificantly.
      2015-03-24 00:03:41
  • Emmanuel Sanwi Nigeria This phase is on the challanges that might arise when planning for a project and it is very important.
    2015-03-18 22:03:58

  • Genaro Ceballos Panama must be analyzed as overcome the limitations
    2015-03-18 19:03:10

  • Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone There should always be a plan B (what next to do when the negative surface)
    2015-03-17 13:03:45

  • Odongo Moses Uganda The Planning Phase: identifying constraints example money Because we do not live in a perfect world, there will be negative factors limiting the nature of the system to be developed or modified. These constraints might include a fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation, integration and compatibility with existing systems or even issues related to staffing and retraining. Any adverse factors must be taken into account as part of the feasibility study.
    2015-03-16 17:03:07

  • Stanley Amaechi Nigeria time is always a project in project
    2015-03-13 13:03:18

  • Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria Every feasibility study should strongly consider down times mostly to influence financial budgets in planning.
    2015-03-12 20:03:08

  • CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria as a project manager it is always good to manage risks at the outset of your project and continue to do so throughout its performance ,at each point during your project , identify risks by recognizing your projects risk factors. use your project phases as well as your overall project plan to help you identify risks.
    2015-03-05 15:03:38

  • Gabriel Onumah Ghana time is another major contraint in IT project
    2015-03-03 11:03:10

  • Mubarak Saeed Saudi Arabia As a project manager, one of the first things to do as you begin to plan and organize project execution is to define the project. You need to have a complete understanding of the project goals. Defining project needs and constraints helps you nail down management strategies.
    2015-03-01 15:03:56

  • Rita Musoke United Kingdom Due to the possible nature of the negative factors that can contribute to limitations of how the system can be developed and modified ( I.e budget, Staffing, retraining), all such factors should be taken into account as part of the feasibility study.
    2015-02-22 22:02:27

  • Jose Miguel Ripeu Sepa Equatorial Guinea we know so well excuating a project there most be up and down issues so tackling them earlier will help readress them to fasten the project excuation.
    2015-02-22 09:02:27

  • Abolghassem Rahimi Iran Finding and presenting the negative points and constraints help us better handle them once we meet them in practice.
    2015-02-16 18:02:53

  • Faith Edamkue Nigeria Planning involves identifying constraints to whatever modifications are to be made
    2015-02-16 16:02:10

  • Keegan Kapepe Zambia done
    2015-02-15 14:02:57

  • Adegbola Ganiu adeola Nigeria yes feasibility study is most importan in order to cater for any type of nagative factor in the project budget.
    2015-02-14 23:02:05

    • Marijan Temoi Uganda true
      2015-02-26 12:02:53
  • amin khalil Sudan Feasibility study considered important part in planning phase and identifying success of project .
    2015-02-02 05:02:26

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