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|Series||Series E / Institute of Management, Prague ;, 60, Series E (Institut řízení) ;, 60.|
|LC Classifications||HD38.2 .N47 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||84193730|
Through this organisation into phases, the total work load of a project is divided into smaller components, thus making it easier to monitor. The following paragraphs describe a phasing model that has been useful in practice. It includes six phases: 1. Initiation phase 2. Definition phase 3. Design phase 4. Development phase 5. Implementation phase by: 6. The six phases of project management. 1. The six phases of project management. This chapter provides a sketch of the traditional method of project management. The model that is discussed here forms the basis for all methods of project management. Later chapters go into more depth regarding a model that is particularly appropriate for IT-related projects. From a system security perspective, the final system must be certified and accredited for use in the production environment during the Implementation Phase. The Implementation Phase ends with a formal decision to release the final IT solution into the Operations and Maintenance Phase. Responsibilities Project Manager: The Project Manager is responsible and accountable for the successful execution of the Implementation Phase. The Project Manager . Unit 7 implementation phase of strategic management 1. Unit 7: Implementation Phase Implementation is the execution of the necessary strategies to meet the objectives that have been set. To ensure success, all employees should understand their roles and responsibilities.
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