In assessing the project's feasibility, how do I weigh the identified 'Issues' against its potential?

  • Evaluating a project's feasibility involves understanding the nature and impact of identified issues in relation to the project's strengths and potential. Consider whether these issues are fundamental flaws or manageable challenges, and how they affect the project's overall viability.
  • The team's approach to resolving these issues is equally important. Look for proactive and effective solutions, and assess how these challenges have influenced the project's development. The ability to overcome such issues often reflects the team's resilience and commitment to the project's success.

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