This book presents a set of tools that will aid in deciding whether a project should go ahead, be improved, or abandoned altogether by pinpointing its vulnerabilities. It offers a review of project feasibility analysis, and more critically, psychodynamic aspects that are often neglected, including how stakeholders interact. It provides a complement to the common techniques used for analyzing technical, financial, and marketing feasibility. The goal is to identify "hidden truths" and eliminate those gray areas that jeopardize the success of a given project. The focus is on uncovering points of vulnerabilities in four key aspects of a project: People, Power, Processes, and Plan.

chapter |36 pages

General introduction

chapter 1|44 pages

Plan—Project definition

chapter 2|46 pages

Plan—Prefeasibility study

chapter 3|38 pages

Plan—Project feasibility study

chapter 4|88 pages


chapter 5|68 pages

People (Main constructs)

chapter 6|82 pages

People (In action)

chapter 7|76 pages


chapter 8|30 pages

General conclusion