Because every project is unique, the Project Manager should take specific actions to ensure success:
- choose the most relevant processes given the size and nature of the project
- make the processes clear to all team members
- act in accordance with the stakeholders’ requirements
- balance competing demands, such as cost, resources, scope, and quality
The way a project is tailored will depend on organizational process assets as well as enterprise environmental factors (external and internal factors that contribute to the circumstances around a project. They often provide constraints to project planning and execution (Government standards and marketplace conditions – like the availability of resources) .