Project Management Institute

Weighing the Options

Project Managers Can Tip the Scales When it Comes to Proof-of-Concept Initiatives

In today's digital-first world, companies can't afford to make mistakes when they pursue major technology improvements. But with so many requirements and stakeholders, these improvements are not an easy endeavor. Sales meetings, technical capability demonstrations, and discussions about technical architecture, enterprise planning and pricing discussions all can drastically change the company's original desired concept. On top of it all, these decisions must satisfy the organization's needs for years to come and can drastically impact future business decisions.
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