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An example of a project objective?

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What does a project objective look like, is just a statement, a document? etc...? Please explain with an example of real-life project objective.

Sorry but I'm very new to project management.
asked 4 years ago by anonymous

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As humblepm said, a project objective is a sentence, but note that one project can have multiple objectives, for example, here are a few objectives in a single construction project:

- Create 48 state of the art luxurious and "smart" apartments
- Create a 10 show rooms that will attract global companies
- Create several amenities in the building such as a gym, a heated pool, and a nursery.

Project objectives must be clear and must represent clear, executable deliverables and not just a "vision" (which is the case of project goals).
answered 3 years ago by anonymous edited 3 years ago by FastProjectManager
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An objective is just a statement, a sentence. It is not a document, and it is different than a goal.

Here are a couple of examples of project objectives:

- Installing MS office on all client machines
- Adopting a collaboration software
answered 4 years ago by humblepm (17,390 points)

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