Goal Directed Project Management -GDPM
The GDPM approach is well-proven, through many years, particularly in Scandinavian countries and the U.K, and is taught in colleges. The book describing the method is avaialable in English, Norwegian, Dutch, German, Italian, Hungarian and Russian. The GDPM approach has the following main characteristics: Goals are complex (multi-faceted) Multiple stakeholders, manifest or latent conflicts of interest. Unique project processes are required (existing standard processes deemed not adequately fit for purpose) Overall project success is dependent on the organization to use the outputs of the project, contributing to both the execution of the project and adapting to the deliveries, in terms of both accepting changes, training and new work routines. Activity planning, cost estimates and time scheduling very difficult, due to the unique character of the project.