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DAD Package Implementation Plan

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Are you implementing a package in a distributed application development environment? You need a plan for the full implementation cycle, from planning and requirements analysis through deployment. Here's a sample from a Warehousing/Shipping environment.

Daily Activities Report Sample (Construction)

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by Rami Kaibni

This sample report works mainly for construction projects. It is a daily site activity report submitted by the site manager in charge to the section manager. It reflects the work accomplished and areas of concern. It helps in early identification of any schedule creeps or arising risks or concerns that might delay the project.

Daily Build Process

by Luc K. Richard

If you're not sold on the value of a daily build process, shame on you. If you do understand its importance, here's a simple 10-step approach that you can enforce.

Daily Construction Report

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Every day on the construction site is truly different. There's a lot going on. Keep track of it all with this handy form.

Daily Job Report

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Lots of things happen on the job every day. Use this form to keep track of them.

Daily Scrum

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The Daily Scrum is a 15-minute time-boxed meeting held every day at the same location and is intended for the Development Team. At this meeting, the Development Team plans work for the next 24 hours.

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