Umbach, Judith M.
June 2009
Feliciter;2009, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p84
The article discusses the process of evaluating projects in an organization like in information technology (IT) department. It talks about an evaluation framework which primarily focuses on budget and costs, staff ability and workload, and other important matters which may vary depending on the size of the organization. Moreover, the importance of good management and communication skills in relation to evaluation process is also discussed.


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