Importance Of Evaluation Matrices In Project Development

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cost, could lead to a better return on investment by group of criteria and taking decisions as to the relative priority of each criterion. There is a range of evaluation tools to assist this process, appropriate to the situation. For example, Evaluation Matrices may be used to determine the relative priorities of a list of objectives or project criteria , These matrices are especially beneficial when considering issues and/or objectives at the earliest stages of project development (Graham , (2006 )
And also this phase aim to discard ideas that might lead to additional re-design or to a disruption of the program. and also time is considered very important element , it may be too late in the development process to implement change (Green and Liu, 2006).
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This may include preparing detailed drawings and cost estimates. Part of this process may continue after the Value Study is

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