Here is a solid outline of a plan for testing individual development components in context with the overall system.
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Improved deliverable! Who am I? Where do I fit in the scheme of things? These soul-searching philosophical questions can be answered by reading Schopenhauer or by looking at your enterprise's organization chart. Here's a typical project team structure chart for an interactive web development project, along with glossary pages of who does what.
This Interface Requirements document outlines application designs that impact application usability, which include are not limited to content presentation, application navigation and user assistance.
Call out the Project SWOT team! It's time to look at your project's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Grab your black flak jacket, put on your mirrored sunglasses and download this template.
Before you get accused of unfairly promoting from within, have a policy in place that clearly states how these promotions are handled.
When an organization undertakes a major initiative, there is potential for many different factors to influence the project. This checklist identifies categories of risk that exist Internal to the organization that may impact its ability to successfully deliver the project.
What kind of foot in the door do you need for an Internet project? This kind!
Your client is ready to go online, so you need to be ready to make his Internet endeavors worthwhile. Here's a plan to define and use a solid Internet Business Strategy to make sure your client is getting the most out of his new Web presence.
Your employees spend a lot of time online, but what exactly are they doing on the Internet all day? It is wise to have a policy to outline what is expected of their Internet use.
The Internet is a powerful business tool that provides lots of useful information. Unfortunately, it is also a distraction from productive work time. Here's a sample Internet and e-mail usage policy to help you address this problem.