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What will the client's requirements be? How are those requirements determined? Once they are determined, what happens next? Click here for the full scoop.
Are you developing a billing system for your client? You've defined your business requirements and information architecture and must now report back to Management on the project status. Here's a model executive summary report.
The RFP you just got is asking for a distributed generic billing system. Use this comprehensive document as a framework to write your own proposal for building and implementing a winner of a distributed application.
Getting a project plan approved often requires a detailed presentation to "sell" it to the Powers that Sign.
How to make progress visible to all members of the project team.
Want to make an impact on a client? Use this presentation to show clients how you could improve their websites to bring in more traffic and revenue. Plug in the salient facts and add a screen shot or two, and you are in business.
This extensive project plan will help ensure that your next large-scale software implementation is a timely success.
This template can be used to define goals for a team, and for employees. It enables users to log how goals will be measured, the strategic plan and how the success of each strategic plan will be evaluated. It should be filled and documented by the project or team manager. The team goals should be discussed with the entire team, while the employee goals with respective team members, during the goal-setting discussion.
The worlds of classic project management and contemporary agile development are not as far apart as some seem to believe. Whether you are new to project management or a traditionally trained, PMP-certified project leader with years of experience, these five questions should help you evaluate what you can do to become more comfortable with Agile approaches. In turn, Agile methods could start paying dividends on your projects.