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  1. In a complex project involving a range of different actors, there may be different needs and different objectives in play. It may not be possible to please them all equally; compromises may be necessary. So make sure the results planned meet the needs of the most important beneficiaries and the primary target group. Then devise a plan to manage those not completely satisfied.
  2. Make sure you explore a wide range of methods and chose the one most likely to achieve your objectives and required results.
  3. Consult widely on the possible outcomes so that you minimise the chances of unexpected problems.
  4. The plan is a tool and can be changed if necessary. So during the project review progress against objectives and take action to correct if the project is not going according to plan, or to change the plan if it is going better than expected.
  5. Make sure that the resources employed are in proportion to the results planned.
  6. The experience of all of us is that quality project takes more resources than expected so make sure you work out carefully how much time it will take and monitor the use of resources (especially time) carefully.

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EQUIPE Case Study: Bergen (Norway)