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Deploying Connections is easy. 10 days of I.T. effort and then tell the users the url. Right? ...

Deploying Connections is easy. 10 days of I.T. effort and then tell the users the url. Right?
Well, No. You are so far away from the truth it might actually be funny.
Let Tim take you through the Project Management (PM) of a Connections project from start to finish and show you all the gory stuff in the middle too.
He’ll explain why you need to PM a Connections project and suggest best practise stages for you too.
Experiences from real world PM from real world Connections install projects.

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Tim Clark - Project Managing a Connections Install Tim Clark - Project Managing a Connections Install Presentation Transcript

  • Project Managing a Connections Install Tim Clark
  • Agenda • The Score • The Musicians • The Concert Hall • The Symphony • The CD and MP3s
  • Score • What’s the plan? • Products of the project • Work out the plan based on what products you need to produce • “We need to be live by November” = Run Away
  • Musicians • Project Manager • Project Board • Executive • Senior User • Senior Supplier • Project Assurance • Change Authority • Team Manager
  • Concert Hall • Where are we doing this? • Virtual • Physical • Who needs to be involved? • and when do we need them?
  • Symphony • Project Manager is the conductor • Good conductors interpret the score • Weaving the business and the technical together • Orchestrates the various moving parts • Makes sure everyone is on the beat
  • CD and MP3 download • User Adoption • “If you build it, they will come” = RUBBISH • Plan your adoption strategy • Find champions from within the business • Real data and business problems • Immersion workshops
  • Questions Contact • Tim Clark • info@tc-soft.com • +44 7715 208594 • www.tc-soft.com • @TimsterC