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How to Bring a Life Sciences Project to an End

Some projects seem like they will never end. In order to help define when a project should come to a logical conclusion, the Project Manager needs to identify the purpose, strategy (high level) and deliverables at the beginning of the project. When a project seems like it will never end or the scope of the project keeps growing, refer back to the items you identified in the beginning of the project. Break the project up into phases. The items you identified at the beginning of the project can be phase one. Newer parts to the project can be phases two, three etc. with their own purpose, strategy and deliverables. Organizing each part of a project into phases will provide a roadmap for each part of the project to reach an end point.

USDM Life Sciences Project and Program Management experts are the perfect fit to help guide, lead and support life sciences organizations’ mission-critical project and programs initiatives across highly regulated areas, where compliance, technology and business intersect, to attain desired business results. USDM’s Project and Program Management Services and Solutions team can provide all of the required services needed to successfully manage your projects, your programs and your portfolio with consistent and standardized methods, processes and principles.


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