With hiring interviews going through recruiters and multiple stakeholders, missteps with regard to the American with Disabilities Act can easily occur--leading to improper hiring and litigation.
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Be careful during that next interview with a prospective employee by making sure you comply with he Americans with Disabilities Act.
An important part of developing an application is designing its overall architecture. Use this checklist as a measure of insurance that your software architecture design is sound and will properly enable and support the application and its users.
Building an application? This checklist outlines 52 potential risk areas in application development, defining low, medium and high risk levels for each. Classifying your project risk in each of these areas will not only guide you in forming mitigation strategies, but really help you focus your management attention during the course of the project.
Application Operation Assessment is one of many vital aspects of hardware and software deployment. Use these questions to facilitate a smooth process.
When undertaking software and hardware deployment, don't forget the importance of application security. Use this checklist to help identify, clarify and document these security issues.
The best project managers are also excellent leaders. Use this checklist to evaluate your leadership skills as a project manager.
Every project manager wants a dream team of competent, pleasant, reliable people who can be counted on to produce and work independently. Give your team members this checklist to monitor their own performance and inspire them to meet the intrinsic and extrinsic rewards of doing the project well. (That includes pleasing you!)
How effectively do you manage your projects? Regardless of your score, this 50 point self assessment will help you identify very practical areas to focus on and improve the skills you have.
Are you building a new software system? Use this checklist to keep track of your progress as well as to make sure you don't forget any important steps along the way.