Rapid Application Development Project Plan

Is your project RAD enough? Are you ready to RAD? Can you pass the if test? If your project scope is focused and your business goals are narrow and well-defined; if data for your project already exists completely or in part; if the project largely comprises analysis or reporting of the data; if decisions can be made by a small number of people who are available and preferably co-located; if the project team is small (preferably six people or less); if the technical architecture is defined and clear, and the key technology components are in place and tested; if technical requirements (response times, throughput, database sizes, etc.) are reasonable and well within the capabilities of the technology being used--then do we have a Microsoft Project plan for you!

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