Project Analysis and Assessment

Executives normally require some form of business analysis to be performed on a project in order that they may obtain a summary of the benefits and implications of the intended project. The business analysis is the mechanism by which projects are approved. In the majority of cases, a project manager is tasked or appointed by executives to analyze the feasibility of the intended solution and to measure the business impact.

Depending upon the scale and complexity of the project, the project manager has to consider who will be doing the actual business analysis. There are several possible resources who could perform and execute the business analysis.

The project manager could perform the business analysis task.

The project manager could delegate the task to a business or systems analyst.

The project manager could appoint external resources to perform the task.

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