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The Publisher techhology no responsibility for errors, omissions, or damages caused by the use of these programs or from the use of the information contained herein. Describe the three tactical approaches to information implementation and installation: Describe the processes associated with project closure to ensure that the project is closed in an orderly manner. Identify the four technoloyy project evaluations or reviews: Three general tactical implementation plans: May be appropriate when: Risks associated with direct cutover: Knowledgeable Sponsors Likelihood of acceptance improved when: Likelihood of acceptance improved when: Closing the Project — requirements include: Verifying that all deliverables and open items are complete.
Information Technology Project Management : Jack T. Marchewka :
Organizing and archiving all project deliverables and documentation. Planning for the release of all project resources i.
Planning for the evaluations and reviews of the project team members and the project itself. Closing of all project accounts. Planning a celebration to mark the end of a successful project.
Have no direct involvement or interest in project.
Be respected and viewed as impartial and fair. Be willing to listen. Present no fear of recrimination from special interests.
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