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Assumption | Definition(s)
Project Assumption is a project factor that is considered to be true, real, or certain in the planning process without proof of demonstration. Practically speaking, it is hard to plan a project without assumptions as key defining factors to ensure timely, realistic project results.
Project Assumption is a project factor that is considered to be true, real, or certain in the planning process without proof of demonstration. Practically speaking, it is hard to plan a project without assumptions as key defining factors to ensure timely, realistic project results.
Hany H.
Assumptions are any project factor considered as true by the stakeholders without providing it. Assumptions are sources of risk on the project and need to be monitored continuously to make sure they are still true.
Assumptions are any project factor considered as true by the stakeholders without providing it. Assumptions are sources of risk on the project and need to be monitored continuously to make sure they are still true.
Fadi Yazigi
The assumption is a factor in the planning process considered to be true, real, or certain, without proof, demonstration or guarantee. Project Assumptions are events or circumstances expected to occur during the project life-cycle. They are accepted as truths at the start of a project, though they can turn out to be false.
The assumption is a factor in the planning process considered to be true, real, or certain, without proof, demonstration or guarantee. Project Assumptions are events or circumstances expected to occur during the project life-cycle. They are accepted as truths at the start of a project, though they can turn out to be false.
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An expectation made in the planning process determined to be correct or assured without verification, evidence or confirmation.
An expectation made in the planning process determined to be correct or assured without verification, evidence or confirmation.
Hanan Al-Khatib
Project Assumption is a project factor that is considered to be true, real, or certain in the planning process without proof of demonstration. Practically speaking, it is hard to plan a project without assumptions as key defining factors to ensure timely, realistic project results.
Project Assumption is a project factor that is considered to be true, real, or certain in the planning process without proof of demonstration. Practically speaking, it is hard to plan a project without assumptions as key defining factors to ensure timely, realistic project results.
Hany H.
Assumptions are any project factor considered as true by the stakeholders without providing it. Assumptions are sources of risk on the project and need to be monitored continuously to make sure they are still true.
Assumptions are any project factor considered as true by the stakeholders without providing it. Assumptions are sources of risk on the project and need to be monitored continuously to make sure they are still true.
Fadi Yazigi
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The assumption is a factor in the planning process considered to be true, real, or certain, without proof, demonstration or guarantee. Project Assumptions are events or circumstances expected to occur during the project life-cycle. They are accepted as truths at the start of a project, though they can turn out to be false.
The assumption is a factor in the planning process considered to be true, real, or certain, without proof, demonstration or guarantee. Project Assumptions are events or circumstances expected to occur during the project life-cycle. They are accepted as truths at the start of a project, though they can turn out to be false.
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An expectation made in the planning process determined to be correct or assured without verification, evidence or confirmation.
An expectation made in the planning process determined to be correct or assured without verification, evidence or confirmation.
Hanan Al-Khatib