Define the purpose of interface management and identify and explain the different external and internal interfaces of a project organization. Give examples of the following types of interfaces; organizational, intangible and technical.
Define the purpose of interface management and identify
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PLEASE ANSWER TWO OUT OF THE THREE AREAS (1, 2 or 3)
1.1 Firstly, Define the purpose of interface management and identify and explain the different external and internal interfaces of a project organization.
1.2 Secondly, Give examples of the following types of interfaces; organizational, intangible and technical.
1.3 Finally, What is meant by the term critical interface and what is the role of a project interface manager?
2.1 Firstly, What are the main situations which commonly cause changes on projects?.
2.2 Secondly, Detail with examples what can be the major causes of delays on projects.
Also, Scope verification, closing & lessons learned
3.1 Firstly, What problems may occur related to the scope of a project and how should project managers address such issues?
3.2 Finally, Capturing lessons learned should be an integral part throughout the project life cycle. What are the benefits of lessons learned reviews on projects?
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