The strategic alignment is a statement that identifies the strategic alignment of the project to the organization's stated strategic objectives. For organizations without strategic vision statements, such alignment tends to be ambiguous, at best.
3.1 Objectives Served In the ideal, objectives are captured as unambiguous, realistic evidence that organizational goals are being met. This statement should include detail on the level to which those objectives are being served and the manner in which they are being served.
3.2 Metric Scoring If the organization has a metric portfolio model for scoring projects relative to business and strategic goals, this is where that storing would be reflected.
3.3 Portfolio Ranking Through a mathematic, ordinal, or comparative analysis, the project should be identified for its relative position to other projects in the division's or organization's portfolio.
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