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told us that, in our price range, at-screen televisions and the new widescreen format were not possible. On the bright side, we could keep our CD player, tape cassette player, and record player. But could we get a good television, surround-sound receiver, DVD player, and speakers for $2,000 More reading and more searching around the home electronics store led to a discovery: There is a big price jump in the cost of a television at a certain size. The size grows every year, but, in 2003, it was 26 inches. A 28-inch television cost well over $1,000, but a 26-inch television was well under. Was a 26-inch television big enough to meet our needs Time to test a prototype. We went to a video store and looked at the televisions. Ignoring the price tags, what was the smallest size that was comfortable. How close did we have to be The good news was that we liked a 26-inch television. The bad news is that it would need to sit in the middle of our living room, not against the far wall. Brainstorming gave us a solution. We would put the television on a rolling cart. We could keep it against the wall, and roll it out when we needed it. Not your classic home theater installation, but neither was it $25,000. We wrote up our goals and a quick list of the items we would need to buy, with approximate costs. We added a large margin for sales tax and unexpected expenses. And we went back to the basic questions: Is this what we really want to do Of all the things we could do with $2,000 and the time it will take to plan, buy, and set up this home theater, would we rather do this than something else And the answer was yes. And that was the end of the concept stage.
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Now is the time for you to begin, work on, and complete the concept stage of your project for learning. Create a scope statement, a context diagram, and a project overview. If anyone other than yourself is involved, have a brainstorming session. When you evaluate the idea, it needs to pass two di erent sets of criteria. First, is the project itself worthwhile Second, is it suitable to be your project for learning Will you have enough time to try out all of the di erent forms and templates in this book on your project. Of course, not every project needs every form and template. If you picked a small project for learning it may well be the most over-documented project in history. But that is the point. You are using all the forms, templates, and methods to learn them, not simply because they are needed on the project.
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Make sure your evaluation is genuine. Maybe, from what you have learned in this chapter, you now see that your original project for learning is too small, too large, or too complicated. Or maybe some external situation has changed and you cannot do that project. Perhaps you were going to paint your house, and you decided to buy a new one instead. That is no problem, it is just another learning opportunity. Write up a concept stage recommending that you cancel or delay the project, or not use it as your project for learning. Then take a new project for learning through the concept stage.
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Try some of these exercises to prepare yourself for managing a concept stage.  You have been asked to evaluate a technology that a company is very excited about. You do, and you nd a project-killer: The only vendor who can supply and support a key component is in nancial trouble, and may not be around for long. How do you present your case for canceling a popular project  You have performed a concept stage evaluation and found that the project cannot be created reliably yet. It will rely on MMS cellular telephone technology, which has not been fully speci ed or deployed. You recommend putting it on hold. What are the key events to watch for that indicate it is time to do the project  You are in the concept stage for selecting a vendor to provide laptop computers to a sales sta in the USA, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. Make a list of service features that you would present for a brainstorming session with sales executives and vendors.  You are buying a new computer for your home. You plan to keep the same printer and internet service. If you have a home network, you are also keeping that. Create a context diagram for the new computer. Do not forget to include users and software programs.
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