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LA GESTION DE PROJET : METHODE CLASSIQUE VS METHODES AGILES

LA GESTION DE PROJET : METHODE CLASSIQUE VS METHODES AGILES

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12 Steps to a Successful Proof of Concept - Part 3 by Andy Piper This series of articles is designed to give you a repeatable process for installing a proof of concept at a customer site in a manner that leads to a successful product evaluation and ultimately a sale. The first article focused on building a repeatable process for delivering a proof of concept. The second article explained how to understand what the customer needs, properly set their expectations and make sure everything is ready before you show up at the customer’s location. This article explains what to do during and after the customer visit to ensure a successful installation and keep the sales process moving forward. Step 9: Run through a checklist When you first arrive at the customer’s site, you need to get organized in order to make the most of the day.

What is resilience? Top video: senior research fellow Brian Walker explains the concept of resilience. Download "What is resilience?" Download "Vad är resiliens?" Principles behind the Agile Manifesto We follow these principles: Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software. Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Agile processes harness change for the customer's competitive advantage. Guidance for Proof of Concept Pilot (PDF Version Available) Recommended Practice: Developing and Implementing an Enterprise-wide ElectronicRecords Management (ERM) Proof of Concept Pilot A proof of concept pilot project is an opportunity to demonstrate the capabilities of Electronic Records Management (ERM) software on a small area and in a controlled manner. A pilot project is an excellent risk mitigation strategy for an agency planning to implement a ERM system. It can also serve to inform or resolve an alternatives analysis for an agency during the investment planning phase.

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