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Decision Making in the Front End Loading Stage of Project Management

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This project aims to examine the types of decision-making processes used by project managers during the Front-End Loading (FEL) stage of project management and to provide recommendations for improving decision-making during this phase.
FEL in Project Management is the early stage of a project where strategic success or failure for the project is set. FEL is commonly used in the Oil and Gas industry to develop a detailed definition of the scope of a capital project in order to increase the probability of project success in terms of cost, schedule and operability. FEL is an important process in the conceptualisation of a project as it involves generating enough strategic information in order to address risk and make decisions to commit resources to a project. Some researchers have found that while the FEL process is understood in the oil and gas industry, it is not applied appropriately.

Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Engineering Construction Industry Training Board
Value £7,422.00
Project Dates Nov 2, 2020 - Jul 30, 2021

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