Approved Outcomes Lead to Approved Projects and Success at Brigham Young University
Published: 07 May 2014
At Brigham Young University (BYU), project approval does not occur unless desired outcomes and funding are approved first. And to help ensure project success, BYU has separated project management from product management.
Table Of Contents
- IT Success Starts With Strategic Outcome Expectations
- Strategic Outcomes Come Before Projects
- Managing for Successful Completion
- Outcome-based Projects
- Separating Project Management and Product Development
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