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How to Measure Project Success - Project Management Training

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Learn how to go beyond the basics to deliver real value on your projects. Susanne Madsen, Leadership Coach, explains a better way of measuring success. Take it further with the right tools. Visit us at https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=MeasureProjectSuccessPMTraining
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Btech Electrical (4 months ago)
Btech Electrical (4 months ago)
I love you you are beautiful
DemonActivity101 (1 year ago)
Pentagram xD
samon jooka (5 months ago)
nice one.
Ali Alotaibi (1 year ago)
Hi I like this video, the iron triangulation is an old criteria for project success, however, as you stated there is a need to shift from the narrow economically dimensions to meet socio-economic and environmentally sustainable. the main aim of this is to add a share value
Sankar Ganesh G (3 years ago)
Real Definition of PROJECT SUCCESS... Company Perspective and Customers Delight tobe given importance for rating Project Success...  Good One
Ray Morgan (3 years ago)
This is a Perfect definition of why projects fail. Do that and wait for the "boom" as you project crashes and burns. There was not a conversation, as the title stated, of how you measure project success.
msnayl (3 years ago)
thank you for this video,  but i beilive that the 3 green written aspects or success measuring criterias are normally already studied in the business plan and before even taking the decision to initiate such project, and the quality and scope measures are the ones responsible to assure achieving these 3 aspects which were the reason from launching such project
Islam Salah (3 years ago)
+msnayl some times there were another profitable projects left or the selected project has less value on the long term business or it going to burn down the team ...etc , therefore the project manager can put his/her say

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