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October 30, 2009  10:00 AM

Project Scope – Customer needs to be shown the right path



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
change management, Project, project implementation, project management, project manager, project scope, sign-off, software, Software Project

One of the project managers of an ERP implementation company got himself into a tight corner. He found himself in a tough situation where an already ‘mutually sealed’ project scope asked for one or two new requirements (or changes in the existing functionality) from the client everyday while...

September 25, 2009  10:00 AM

What is the ‘unit to measure’ your project progress?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Development, implementation, live run, project closure, project execution, project feedback, project initiation, project management, project milestone, project phase, Project Planning, project progress, project task, project team, QC, quality control, sign-off, Software Project, test report, testing, UAT

A project starts with initiation phase and ends up with project closure report. Then afterwards there is post project feedback (after a considerable amount of time given to the customer to get conversant with the product) and warranty support followed by support contracts over a period of time. ...


June 17, 2009  10:00 AM

Why User Manuals are so important in Software Project Management



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
analytic, business scenario, durability, feel and look, implementation team, key user, live run, post implementation, product support, product training, project implementation, project sign-off, project support, project team, reliability, report, sign-off, Software Project, software project management, software training, stability, stakeholder, training team, usability, user feedback, User Manual

The product owners or stakeholders might be many in a software project, but the real frontrunners who drive, run and use the software product post implementation are the key users and other users. It is their feedback that matters most. They must be the most comfortable lot on usability,...


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