Once the project's success criteria have been set, then it is time to come to agreement on the product and project scope. This process generally starts with some sort of requirements gathering. Remember, expectations are requirements, too, and so all product and process requirements need to be elicited from all appropriate stakeholders. Like other requirements, these need to be prioritized and worked into the various project documents like the requirements documents, scope statement, WBS, and so forth.
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When project stakeholders do not share a common culture, project management must adapt its organizations and work processes to cope with cultural differences. The following are three major aspects of cultural difference that can affect a project:
Stakeholder (corporate) - Wikipedia
Once you’ve built your list detailing which stakeholders fall into which category, it’s time to think strategically about how best to earn the ongoing support of each of these stakeholder types. You will want to ask yourself questions about your stakeholders such as: