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      Interrelated Attributes of Project Feasibility : Visualizing the TELOS Framework

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      Feasibility, Project Planning, Front End, Project Definition, Project Appraisal, Concurrent Engineering, Interdisciplinary projects
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            Abstract

            Feasibility consists of inter-related questions. Often, organizations place a narrow technical focus on the technical feasibility of a preferred option (Lucae et al. 2014; Samset 2009). Hence, many frameworks, including TELOS, have been developed to encourage more holistic feasibility appraisal (Bause et al. 2014; Burch 1992).

            Poorly considered feasibility studies are a significant contributor to project failure, loss of reputation, lost opportunity, excess sunk costs, loss of morale, and litigation (see Sahu 2014).

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            ScienceOpen Posters
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            29 June 2021
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            [1 ] School of Design and the Built Environment, Curtin University, Western Australia
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPT0ZRS.v1
            015e7526-8f1a-4197-8b53-47e7ad255394

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            The datasets generated during and/or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
            Management,General engineering,Risk management,Portfolio management
            Feasibility,Concurrent Engineering,Project Appraisal,Project Planning,Interdisciplinary projects,Front End,Project Definition

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