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PART ONE Hello, Project Management
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Table 4-3 Deliverables and steps for each gate.
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Evaluation steps Is there support for the concept Does the plan o er enough value Does the approach t the company Are costs in line with value and with available resources Are the delivery date and sta allocations useful to the company Is the overall level of risk acceptable Is there support for the project Does value exceed cost Is the schedule acceptable Does this meet the customer s needs Is it what they want Will the new product or service t into the company Is everyone included Will everyone sign on Have all major risks been identi ed Are stakeholders con dent risk can be managed and the team can succeed Is the schedule acceptable Are resources available to do the work Is cost acceptable Have all risks been identi ed Are risks, mitigation plans, and contingency plans acceptable Is quality plan acceptable
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CHAPTER 4 Life Cycles
Table 4-3 Deliverables and steps for each gate (Continued).
Development
The product or service, tested and ready to use Technical and user documentation Delivery or installation plan
Does the product or service meet all speci cations Are customers con dent of value and success Are documents complete and correct Do they meet customer needs Is the plan for delivery or installation (during the transition stage) acceptable to the customer Is everything working to the customer s satisfaction Are all problems resolved, or accepted for resolution under customer management Are all contracts completed and documented Are all invoices paid Has everyone learned all they need to learn to do a better job next time
Transition
A fully operational, documented, supported product or service Legal and nancial closure Project lessons learned
Close
SOMETHING EXTRA
The Checkpoint
There is a kind of marathon for horses called an endurance ride. Horses and riders go day and night for ve days to cover hundreds of miles. There are frequent checkpoints. At every checkpoint, a veterinarian checks your horse. If the horse is overstrained, you are out. Why Because winning is not everything. Staying healthy and winning means a lot. Just the same, when your project comes to a gate, and the customer is evaluating your deliverables, you should evaluate your team. How are they holding up Do they need anything from simple praise to new tools to a new team member with special expertise And let the team do a check up on you and the project. Is there anything you could do to do a better job How are they feeling about the project In doing this, you take care of the team, the project, and also yourself.
PART ONE Hello, Project Management
Your Project for Learning
Review your project for learning. Make a rough sketch of the stages of your project. Answer these questions:      What work will you do during each stage of the project Exactly what will you deliver at the end of each stage Who will approve each stage Do not forget to include yourself. What do you hope to learn at each stage What do you hope to have at the end of the project Can you picture it clearly now
If you need to know more about the stages in order to answer these questions, go ahead and read Part Two.
Questions for Learning
In your own words:      I believe that the stages of human and animal life are a good model for projects. Do you agree or disagree Why Think of a project that failed or ran into trouble. Can you identify a step that was missed, or not done well Think of a project that went well. Can you describe the work done in each stage Explain why customer review is essential at each gate. You are talking to your team. They are anxious about an upcoming gate. No one is sure the project is acceptable to the customer. Explain to your team why the review is good, even if it means the project may have major changes, or may be cancelled altogether.
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