This matrix will help you define the changes you'll have to make to the existing hardware/software environment so that the application package will work properly.
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This log is a supportive template used for a telecom turnkey project, including but not limited to the following milestones: site acquisition, civil, telecom installation plus integration and acceptance. Use in conjunction with the article The Importance of Tracking in Planning.
This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," a Telecom Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Telecom Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.
This Telephone Reference Check Template will help you checking references in a consistent way, asking the same questions of each former employer/reference so that you have comparative data to work with at the end of the process.
Temporary employees or contractors rarely get as full an orientation as full-time workers. Are they less likely to deviate from policy? Unlikely. Make sure they review the entire policy library with this handy guide.
Planning to hire some temporary help? An agency is often your best bet, as long as you have an agreement that outlines how the relationship will work.
How do you develop a good test case? This example spells out system test case specifications.
Specify what your application package testing environment should consist of and how it should be configured.
What tests do you need to perform on the new system and when before moving it into production? Here's a comprehensive test plan to help you cover all the bases and stay on schedule.
Weak links in your testing could mean project failure. Make sure you know what to test and when.