Project Management Review
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Project Management Review


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The technical dimension represents the science of the project while the sociocultural dimension represents the art of managing the project. In other words, the former indicates the technical skills while the latter indicates social skills. The successful implementation of the project requires meeting both the technical and sociocultural aspects. The technical side includes identifying the scope of the projects, WBS, schedules, resource allocation, baseline budgets, and status reports. On the other hand, sociocultural aspects are leadership, problem solving, teamwork, negotiation, policies, and customer expectation. While the former deals with system, the latter is related to environment and culture. It is necessary to develop a clear project scope statement that connects the project and

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