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Comments about Project management documentation - Documentation for different users

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  • Muniir Sheikh Qathar Somalia Questions ? Define this user group and give an example of an employee with this level of involvement with the system Experts Specialists Adjunct Incidentals
    2014-12-19 07:12:50

  • Muniir Sheikh Qathar Somalia Comments about Project management documentation Documentation for different users breif statment Documentation for different users novice Need quick start guides, troubleshooting tips and user manuals that explain basic processes in detail Intermediate Need more detailed user manuals which assume some prior knowledge, troubleshooting guides and simple technical guides Expert Need manuals with explanation of complex or advanced features Or by their level of involvement with the system: Expert Support specialists, usually software or hardware technicians whose role is to maintain the system? Specialists These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work. They may include data entry operators, web developers and graphic designers. Adjunct People for whom information technology assists them in their work but is not essential. This group includes medical staff, teachers, accountants, lawyers and store managers. Incidentals Occasional users of an information system. Examples include a customer using a company's web-based product catalogue to order goods, accessing point-of-sale systems, or even interacting with an electronic switchboard with voicemail.
    2014-12-19 06:12:39

  • LIN HTET Myanmar Require other information from different user , to success project
    2014-12-18 09:12:34

  • Hashem Issack Mire Germany very exciting module
    2014-12-16 07:12:28

  • Samson Tolu Nigeria Documentation must be designed in a way that will meet the needs of the user
    2014-12-15 11:12:32

  • Thomas Ndungo Lekunze Cameroon This categorization is useful to determine skills and levels of understanding of a project
    2014-12-13 13:12:50

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria It helps and also can be use to determine ones level of understanding in project.
    2014-12-08 09:12:39

  • Tamilselvi S India There is a pyramid kind of knowledge level leads to different user level
    2014-12-05 09:12:28

  • Larry Covington United States of America There are different documentation techniques based on expertise level or user.
    2014-12-01 01:12:39

  • kiflay Bisrat Ethiopia Does documentation depends on level of knowledge?
    2014-11-28 13:11:45

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia when developing user documentation the level of knowledge and involvement should be considered. Documentation must be geared directly towards the needs of a particular user or group of users.
    2014-11-25 05:11:06

  • shady Maher Saudi Arabia what is Documentation for different users?
    2014-11-18 20:11:22

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China When developing user documentation the level of knowledge and involvement should be considered. Documentation must be geared directly towards the needs of a particular user or group of users. Print out the following revision activity and use it to test your understanding of the types of documentation required by different groups of users.
    2014-11-18 16:11:52

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya It is important to identify the user and their documentation requirements. Users are normally categorised by their level of knowledge of the operation of the system: Novice Need quick start guides, troubleshooting tips and user manuals that explain basic processes in detail Intermediate Need more detailed user manuals which assume some prior knowledge, troubleshooting guides and simple technical guides Expert Need manuals with explanation of complex or advanced features Or by their level of involvement with the system: Expert Support specialists, usually software or hardware technicians whose role is to maintain the system? Specialists These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work. They may include data entry operators, web developers and graphic designers. Adjunct People for whom information technology assists them in their work but is not essential. This group includes medical staff, teachers, accountants, lawyers and store managers. Incidentals Occasional users of an information system. Examples include a customer using a company's web- based product catalogue to order goods, accessing point-of-sale systems, or even interacting with an electronic switchboard with voicemail. When developing user documentation the level of knowledge and involvement should be considered. Documentation must be geared directly towards the needs of a particular user or group of users. Print out the following rev
    2014-11-16 07:11:10

  • Md Shohel Mahmud Bangladesh For different users, the categories are spot on. but for may be intermediate and the adjunct are most common for the mass people.
    2014-11-16 04:11:49

    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya It is important to identify the user and their documentation requirements. Users are normally categorised by their level of knowledge of the operation of the system:
      2014-11-16 07:11:56
  • Oluwasegun Babalola Nigeria The categories are absolutely on point. It takes into consideration the knowledge level and the user involvement. A relevant way of adjusting to meet the expectations of the user participating in the process hallmarked by the voidity of assumption simply taking care of all levels of users.
    2014-11-13 09:11:30

  • Janvier Nyandamu Rwanda why not prepare one documentations which can serve all that users?
    2014-11-05 11:11:46

  • Nothando Gumpo United Kingdom It is therefore essential to consider the level of knowledge and involvement when developing a user documentation. And documentation should be geared towards the needs of the users or user groups. It is therefore essential to identify the user and their requirements.
    2014-11-04 23:11:55

  • Eugene Doris Nigeria Expert Support specialists, usually software or hardware technicians whose role is to maintain the system? Specialists These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work. They may include data entry operators, web developers and graphic designers
    2014-10-29 17:10:17

  • Ralph Webster South Africa Specialist users, such as data entry operators or web developers depend upon the use of information systems in order to do their work. It is important to identify the user and their documentation requirements. Users are normally categorised by their level of knowledge of the operation of the system: Novice Need quick start guides, troubleshooting tips and user manuals that explain basic processes in detail Intermediate Need more detailed user manuals which assume some prior knowledge, troubleshooting guides and simple technical guides Expert Need manuals with explanation of complex or advanced features Or by their level of involvement with the system: Expert Support specialists, usually software or hardware technicians whose role is to maintain the system? Specialists These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work. They may include data entry operators, web developers and graphic designers. Adjunct People for whom information technology assists them in their work but is not essential. This group includes medical staff, teachers, accountants, lawyers and store managers. Incidentals Occasional users of an information system. Examples include a customer using a company's web-based product catalogue to order goods, accessing point-of-sale systems, or even interacting with an electronic switchboard with voicemail. When developing user documentation the level of knowledge and involvement should be considered. Documentation must be geared directly towards the needs of a particular user or group of users.
    2014-10-19 06:10:17

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