Give the Project Clarity
Giving a project clarity will lead to its requirements. Begin with a blank slate to define each requirement of any project and create a simple list of items the business will need to complete the project. The project's clarification should be on one page listing each item that needs to be completed. A good example of a project clarification form should include the project name, issues of the project, proposed resolutions, and resources you'll need to complete the project. If a business needs to be relocated and you're the team leader assigned to initiate the move, your project clarification form should answer these questions:
The Issue - To relocate the business to 123 Anywhere Street, improve client need and reduce outsourcing.
Proposed Resolutions - In order to effectively expand the business to compete with others in the areas of production space, technology and personnel, the company must realize relocation by the given date to discontinue outsourcing of certain items. You can list each individual item you outsource regularly.
Resources - Internal moving team / External Moving team / Technology & IT team / Client & Advertising Team / HR Team
Once you reach your project needs and clearly identified the business requirements you'll need to relocate the business to match your competition, it's time to focus on the process. You know what teams you'll need to set up and can now individually define what is expected of each team to bring the project to a successful outcome.