1: project definition: stakeholder list and communications

2: business case: market research, risk analysis, PESTEL, SWOT

3: resource requirement and cost of resources, budget forecast. B/E ( break even analysis),P/L(  profit & loss), B/S( balance sheet)

4: project schedule: Gantt chart, timescale for implementation of project.

5: marketing strategy: 6w’s: who? What? Why? When? How? How much?

6: monitor progress and evaluation result.

The development of a new product service of process:

1.1: defining the product, service or process, developing a business case, case justification.

1.1.1: defining the product

1.1.2: service or process

1.1.3: developing a business case

1.1.4: case justification

1.2: primary and secondary sources, official sources, tacit knowledge

1.2.1: primary and secondary sources

1.2.2: official sources

1.2.3: tacit knowledge

1.3: project lifecycle, added value, market and customer expectation

1.3.1: project lifecycle

1.3.2: added value

1.3.3: market and customer expectation

1.4: profit margins and vulnerability, market analysis, bench marking

1.4.1: profit margins

1.4.2: vulnerability

1.4.3: market analysis

1.4.4: bench marking

1.5: networking, relationship to corporate strategy and planning, sustainability, market intelligence system

1.5.1: networking

1.5.2: relationship to corporate strategy and planning

1.5.3: sustainability

1.5.4: market intelligence system

1.6: environmental scanning, market research, market segmentation

1.6.1: environmental scanning

1.6.2: market research

1.6.3: market segmentation

Necessary resources

2.1: economy, cost dimensions, budgeting and cash flow, cost margins, cost benefit analysis, accessing funds.

2.1.1: economy

2.1.2: cost dimensions

2.1.3: budgeting and cash flow

2.1.4: cost margins

2.1.5: cost benefit analysis

2.1.6: accessing funds

2.2: labour, training and development, workforce planning sources and evaluations of training and development

2.2.1: labour

2.2.2: training and development

2.2.3: workforce planning sources

2.2.4: evaluations of training and development

2.3: materials, equipment hire, accommodation or space

2.3.1: materials

2.3.2: equipment hire

2.3.3: accommodation or space

2.4: overheads, administration, contingency factors, supplies, their sources, delivery

2.4.1: overheads

2.4.2: administration

2.4.3: contingency factors

2.4.4: supplies

2.4.5: their sources

2.4.6: delivery

2.5: efficiency and effectiveness

Implementation of the product, service or process and the measures for monitoring and evaluating success:

3.1: leadership, teambuilding, stages breakdown, time management

3.1.1: leadership

3.1.2: teambuilding

3.1.3: stages breakdown

3.1.4: time management

3.2: integration and negotiation roles, allocating project roles, delegation and motivation, contracting

3.2.1: integration and negotiation roles

3.2.2: allocating project roles

3.2.3: delegation and motivation

3.3.4: contracting

3.3: developing specifications, Gantt chart, PERT/CPA, modelling

3.3.1: developing specifications

3.3.2: Gantt chart

3.3.3: PERT/CPA

3.3.4: modelling

3.4: quality control and analysis, total quality management, quality chain, milestone

3.4.1: quality control and analysis

3.4.2: total quality management

3.4.3: quality chain

3.4.4: milestone

3.5: market strategy:

3.5.1: charing

3.5.2: auditing market positing and strategy

3.5.3: differentiation

3.5.4: pricing policy

3.5.5: distribution costs

3.5.6: market or pilot testing

3.5.7: packaging

3.5.8: promotion and advertising

3.5.9: branding

3.5.10: communications system

3.5.11: development feedback systems

3.6: progress meeting, corrective measures, variance analysis, bottlenecks

3.6.1: progress meeting

3.6.2: corrective measures

3.6.3: variance analysis

3.6.4: bottlenecks