Feedbacks to Management on Projects’ Strategies

Weeks after returning from various business trips, few initiatives were identified before end of this year.  One of the strategies my Organisation is trying to achieve is to identify existing solutions and resources that we have to implement any new initiatives.  The major challenge the Organisation facing is having right resources to perform feasibility in assisting the alignments.  As the Organisation is undergoing major changes, this results in increasing number of IT personnel from regional Organisation leaving the Company for growth.

Suggestion from the Management includes seeking local country’s IT resources to assist on certain areas of the project like system analysing activities.  The involved country can work on the infastructure setups like the procurement for a web server, database setup and user training.  What I am planning to do is obtaining a task list from country on what are the activities they are able to work on, the hardware and softwares’ costs and system specifications.  We also need to identify the IT project leader to oversee the project’s progress and issues.

Hence the things I am going to work on this week for this trip:

  1. Analyse new system requirements from the initiated project
  2. Work out activities lists from both countries’ resources on what they can offer
  3. Identify IT project organisation team
  4. Identify issues and action plans for moving forward

2 Responses to “Feedbacks to Management on Projects’ Strategies”

  1. July 21, 2008 at 4:59 am

    I’m interested to know more about this project (what’s it about, etc…).

    Btw, here’s an excellent article on the Feasibility Study. Hope you like it!

  2. 2 apricotbaby
    July 21, 2008 at 7:50 pm


    Thank you for the feedback. And the article is fantastic and a good start for me to work on the project initiation phase. This is a Supply Chain project.

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