The term lighthouse project refers to a model project that aims, besides its original purpose, to have a signal effect for numerous follow-up projects as they look towards it for inspiration and guidance. Therefore, in addition to success, a great notoriety is intended. In companies, this term is used for projects intending to change direction or restructure (Change Management). The use of the term has been demonstrated since 1980.[not in citation given]
In Indonesia the term (Indonesian: Proyek Mercusuar) is commonly related to several projects related to the country's role as the host of the 1962 Asian Games and later GANEFO (in which the country initiated), including the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex and the public television broadcaster TVRI.
The terms milestone and quantum leap are also used with a similar meaning.
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