What will your project accomplish?
Who is it for?
How do you make it profitable?
A project succeeds when it solves problems for everyone associated
with it. They may consist of owners, investors, lenders, municipalities,
architects, engineers, contractors, marketing agents, or customers.
When you solve problems for these groups, you will benefit by
accelerating completions, increasing sales and profits, satisfying
customers, finding new employees or improving your relationships.
You may also expand your business with new project and market
During construction of a new home tract, the CEO of a multi-million
dollar home building company asked how he could motivate subcontractors
to assign their best crews to his project. The answer? Subcontractors
will favor his project if it solves problems for them. If it doesn't,