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    Hassan Omar Ahmed Somalia Absolutely agreed.
    2015-05-20 11:05:29

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    Seye Abiodun United Kingdom Can we say that with open budget, all constraints can be overcome easily without affecting the project?
    2015-05-19 22:05:55

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      Hassan Omar Ahmed Somalia HH. How is it possible?
      2015-05-20 11:05:03
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    NKOTANYI Francis Rwanda This provides the way forward.
    2015-05-17 09:05:59

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    Abosi Bill [[]] Using swot analysis to dygonies and identify areas of constraint and improve program effectiveness and minimizing cost.
    2015-05-16 22:05:13

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    John Day United Kingdom Using SWOT to evaluate and identify potential weaknesses?
    2015-05-11 14:05:17

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    ZAFRUL HASSAN MUJIB India The specific project characteristics and circumstances can influence the constraints on which the project management team needs to focus
    2015-05-06 18:05:57

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    jooj hywrd Iraq The well constraints identification will create ways for improved project
    2015-05-05 22:05:24

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    Hilary Madzvimbo Zimbabwe The critical phase for any project
    2015-05-05 15:05:47

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    Michael Mwenda Tanzania among other thing feasibility study is one of the yardstick to understand how much budget is required and be approved by the board of directors in the organization.
    2015-05-04 14:05:32

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    Barnabas Halimani Zimbabwe Before any system planning is done , a feasibility study should be conducted to determine if creating a new or improved system is a viable solution. During this step one must consider all current priorities that would affect and how they should be handled. This will help to determine the costs, benefits, resources requirements and specific user needs required for completion. The development process can only continue once management approves of the recommendations from the feasibility study.
    2015-05-04 10:05:37

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    Challenge Sunduza Zimbabwe this stage is essential to managers because it help them prepare themselves for any constraints that may arise during the process
    2015-05-02 12:05:14

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    Bisheswar Boro India Identifying constraints will help ways of improving program effectiveness and minimizing the risk of diversions.
    2015-04-30 06:04:05

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria Identifying constraints will help ways of improving program effectiveness and minimizing the risk of diversions…
    2015-04-21 12:04:07

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria Fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation integration and compatibility with quick implementation even issues related to staffing and retraining. any other factors must be taken intro consideration as part of the feasibility study. if all these constrains are not well handled or taken care it can jeopardize the project. Because we do not live in a perfect world
    2015-04-21 11:04:59

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    Samson Olajumoke Nigeria In this phase,constraint must be well identified so as to tackle the negative factors that may hinder the effectiveness of the system
    2015-04-20 11:04:23

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    Abdi Aden Deria Somalia Identifying constraints will help ways of improving program effectiveness and minimizing the risk of diversions…
    2015-04-16 20:04:18

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh what is Constraints?
    2015-04-07 21:04:24

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh This is also a key stage. Constraints need to be identified, described and understood. Sometimes this will help lead to actions to remove or at least mitigate a constraint, or help to find a way to bypass it. Nonetheless, constraints will exist, and if they are not properly recognized, they will impact in the implementation phase. For example, if something is not permitted under regulations, a legal challenge could be made after implementation, leading to suspension of services and chaos on the streets. Or extensive action plans that are beyond the organizational or financial capacity of the City will have no chance of being implemented whereas more modest plans could be implemented in the short-term and have immediate benefits. Constraints are likely to include: Legal constraints Regulatory constraints Organisational and institutional frameworks and relationships Organisational and institutional capacity Availability of technology Infrastructure related constraints Availability of vehicles Practicality of allocating road and other space to public transport Ability to raise investment finance for infrastructure and vehicles Organisational capacity of the operator Technical capacity of the operator Relationships between operators and conflicts Political impasse and opportunism Influential hidden owners of informal vehicles Resistance from the trade unions Some of the constraints will be readily identified during the consultation and focus group/workshops and will be discussed openly among stakeholders. However, some of the constraints will be more sensitive and might not be discussed openly. Nonetheless, the constraints exist and must be identified. The project team will need to find discrete ways to be aware of covert constraints impacting on potential projects.
    2015-04-07 21:04:57

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria Fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation integration and compatibility with quick implementation even issues related to staffing and retraining. any other factors must be taken intro consideration as part of the feasibility study. if all these constrains are not well handled or taken care it can jeopardize the project. Because we do not live in a perfect world.
    2015-04-07 16:04:40

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    Adam Muhammad Usman Nigeria This has further brought to the fore human shortfalls as we are not perfect. the militating factors can be overcome but not totally surmounted.
    2015-04-07 15:04:46

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