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What is the ideation phase?

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In project management, what does the ideation phase mean? Is it the same as the conception phase?
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The ideation phase of a project is the same thing as the conceptual phase. In this phase we state what the project will do, how long it will take, how much it will approximately cost (using a ballpark estimate), its potential ROI, who is going to use the ensuing product or service, how will it be used, what are the risks involved, and who's going to work on it, and last, but not least, how is it related to the current business of the organization.

The ideation phase can be viewed as a pre-project before the real project, and is used to give management (PPM) an idea about the project so that they can decide to undertake it or not.

The ideation phase can be done by a different project manager than the one who's going to manage the project.
answered 3 years ago by anonymous

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