Without effective and timely communication, barriers to project implementation and development will surface and as a result, the organization will have a difficult time reaching its project objectives. What are the barriers to project implementation
Lack of Clarity
One of the barriers to project implementation is lack of clarity. Some or all employees don’t know or don’t understand the project goals, objectives, roles and responsibilities, etc. What are their individual goals and how do they relate to the goals of other team members, and to the project?
You considered and planned for project development and rollout costs, but what happens after rollout? What does it take to adequately inform, or educate, the customer? Did you adequately address marketing, customer support, and maintenance needs?
Resistance to Change
An individual’s degree of resistance to change is a major factor. While it may seem counterintuitive to you, many people prefer the devil they know to the one they don’t. Be aware of that resistance to change. Have a plan for dealing with it. Make sure the customer knows the benefits of your project early on and how they will far outweigh any temporary pain they might feel.
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