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Project Identification Checklist


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Project Identification Checklist Project Identification Checklist is composed for organizations that need to certify business cases for starting new projects and developing connected opportunities. With a help of this checklist you can score and rank candidate projects, as well as determine resources that you may need to realize each project.

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The purpose of project identification:

  • Making sure a candidate project will pass through constraints of project formulation;
    These constraints are the following ones:
    • Lack of a viable or feasible project idea and concept;
    • Lack of comprehensive project definitions and realistic goals;
    • Lack/deficit of required resources and infrastructure;
    • Inability to overcome government restrictions;
  • Validation of business reasons for projects to be undertaken;
  • Establishing the objective ranking and selection of candidate projects;
  • Justification of financial interest and commitment of an organization;
  • Setting up a clear process for candidate projects to achieve finances;
  • Anticipating future needs in resources, including their quantities, capabilities and skills;
  • Avoiding over-commitment (overload) of limited resources; 

Complete certification of a business case:

  • Collect formal information to define a candidate project;
  • Engage technical analysts and other concerned experts into evaluation of gathered information;
  • Compile, format, and document a candidate business case into a Business Case paper;
  • Recognize the new candidate project with necessary corporate identities (project code, etc);
  • Submit the Business Case document to appropriate screening committee for review;
  • Elaborate or supplement the business case with additional information once requested;
  • If the business case is accepted, then address it to repository for further ranking and selection;
  • If the business case is rejected, then give an explanation for the rejection and consider redoing;
  • Update the business case once any additionally requested information is added and review it; 

Score and rank candidate projects:

  • Objectively score and rank the candidate projects that are listed in the corporate repository (see this Project Scoring Checklist for more information);
  • Research character of opportunities identified through the business cases:
    • Radical Innovation – a breakthrough change in business or technology;
    • Complementary Innovation – changes for optimization to improve existing situation;
    • Exploration – expansion and development of existing things;
  • Examine every opportunity to learn how it can result into profit if realized by organization;
  • Evaluate target dates of all candidate projects to figure out their urgency;
  • Evaluate the total business impact and review a variety of effects associated with each project;
  • Evaluate scales, costs and durations for all projects to learn their fitness to corporate standards;
  • Assess risks connected to all candidate projects;
  • Make a decision by using criteria for identifying the most worthwhile project among candidates;

Evaluate and determine project resources:

  • Finally select a single candidate project based on its scoring and preliminary resource needs;
  • Identify the critical project needs (people, technology, money);
  • Estimate investment size and make a projection on the payoff scale and period;
  • Set criteria to identify expected requirements for amounts and capabilities of future resources;
  • Identify future employment opportunities, and future training ...

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