What is signed off upon as a successful project often fails miserably after a few months, a victim of inadequate post-implementation support. Use this checklist to help your projects avoid this ignominious fate.
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Si estás trabajando en un proyecto, vas a tener reuniones. Use esta lista de verificación para ayudarlo a mantenerse a usted y a todos los demás enfocados en el negocio en cuestión.
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Websites are becoming bigger and richer in content. This is making the job of maintaining a website complicated and elaborate. A solution to this is a good Content Management System. There are so many solutions available, and selecting one that suits your requirement is not easy. Here is some help.
Once you have designed a distributed application, it must pass a thorough review by a committee of sponsors, user representatives, technical personnel and all other key stakeholders. Launching directly into development before the design of the system has been approved is a guarantee for rework down the road. Use this template to execute and report findings from the important critical design review.
Are you brave enough to give yourself a psychological checkup on a critical managerial skill, the ability to delegate? Many managers do not understand the difference between delegation and job assignment, and some cannot resist micromanaging their employees. Use this checklist to identify your shortcomings and chart your improvement at delegating responsibility.
Are your software development inspections up to code? Use this checklist to find out.
In today's litigious society, it pays to be prepared to avoid the worst. Here's a simple aid to staying out of court after terminating an employee.
This document, upon approval and sign-off, assumes the following as it serves as a pre-approval stage deliverable confirming the deployment of the new project/product into production: (1) All project stakeholders and project support organizations have been consulted prior to project/product deployment; (2) Identified tasks during the Project Planning phase have been completed, or that these tasks are implemented to best possible ability of the project team (with documented approvals and exceptions).
Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure all of your Ts are crossed and all of your Is are dotted. This checklist includes all you need to be aware of before making that final, crucial decision.