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  1. Promote a debate with the different individuals involved in the project to find out what they think.
  2. Do a comparative study of different models and identify which ones consider the criteria included in your project.
  3. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the alternatives.
  4. When necessary, do not hesitate to develop your own model (the "home-made" option) by selecting those aspects from different models that best suit the particular character of your project.
  5. Allow for some degree of flexibility, so as to be able to adapt to changes and unpredictable situations.
  6. Try to involve the top level of management and other key actors in the adoption of the model.
  7. Evaluate the consequences, impacts and risks that may arise from the implementation of a given model.

To know about the advantages and disadvantages in using a model, see:

EQUIPE Case Study: Belfast (UK)

About the model meeting a strategy, you can see:

EQUIPE Case Study: Timisoara (Romania)