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Traditionally project managers have been trained to view project success as an open- and shut case defined by meeting all agreed-upon scope requirements within an allocated timeframe and within a pre-determined budget. However, newer trends in project management tend to define project success on a broader basis adding such concepts as use, learning or value; concepts that are prized very highly by project sponsors and users and by senior executives, and much less so by project managers and project teams.
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