Start to develop your Project Plan by brainstorming all the tasks you need to do to complete the project. Your aim is to get close to a complete set of tasks roughly in the order in which they need to be done. You can do this by yourself, but it is better to involve others whom you think could help with this activity. (In practice I advise not running a brainstorm with any more than five or six people, as unless you are very good at managing brainstorming sessions, it can turn into more of a debate than a brainstorm). If you know anyone who has done a similar project before, try to involve them as their experience will be valuable.
Key drivers for success 2: Develop an end-to-end perspective
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