Implementation – Introduction

October 25, 2008 | Author: PM Hut | Filed under: Implementing Project Management

Implementation – Introduction (#48 in the Hut A Project Management Primer)
By Nick Jenkins

Hang on a minute, you’re not finished yet!

Okay, the project’s ready, development has finished and it’s been thoroughly tested. But you still have to roll it out to a client who’s going to use it in anger. This is the heart-in-the-mouth time when all your hard work is really put to the test.

Prior to launch you have a (relatively short) period to ensure that everything is ready to go and the your project is in a fit state to be released. Leading up to the launch you’ll want to do some final testing and plan the release of the product into the live environment where it is to be used. A strong methodical process is important at this point so that you avoid any last minute hitches.

Next in the Hut A Project Management Primer:

Project Implementation – Acceptance Testing

Previously in the Hut A Project Management Primer:

Building a Team in Project Management

Nick Jenkins is an IT manager with 10 years experience in software development, project management and software testing. He’s worked in various fields of IT development in Australia, Britain and the USA and occasionally he learned something along the way. Now he lives on the banks of the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia, and he publishes the odd guide to help aspiring IT professionals. Nick’s website can be found at

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