The use of Project Management techniques is essential in the planning of new projects and is of great value to companies that aim to develop businesses in countries that seek to attract foreign capital.
The feasibility analysis of the business requires a detailed planning of the project, where relevant information is gathered to the new venture.
Project Management brings tools that make planning more effective, such as the Project Analytical Framework (EAP), a structured process for determining key deliverables and project activities. What is not in the EAP is not in scope and therefore not part of the project.
Figure 1 shows a very simplified example of EAP, but structured in a logical and sequential way, allowing the survey of the main parameters for the feasibility analysis of a new enterprise.
Another advantage of the EAP construction refers to the agility in the construction of the project schedule, since this is nothing more than a detailing and sequencing of the activities necessary to complete the deliverables defined in the CAS.
In addition to being essential for monitoring project execution, the schedule of activities assists in planning and financial control, ensuring greater accuracy in determining total project costs and resource use.
In this way, in addition to conferring greater reliability in the feasibility analysis of projects, Project Management contributes significantly to the risk reduction in the implementation of new business.
Image 1 – Example of analytical structure of the project