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  • Genaro Ceballos Panama good, compact documentation ..
    2015-03-27 19:03:20

  • CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria interesting module
    2015-03-24 10:03:23

  • Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone good exercise
    2015-03-20 16:03:42

  • Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria Ok.
    2015-03-20 16:03:09

  • Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone good exercise
    2015-03-20 16:03:35

  • bwili Joseph Tanzania Now, i found how the problem ca be seen and how it could be solved not only in society even in our families there are many problems which need solution.management is needed to simplify things.
    2015-03-20 12:03:37

  • Odongo Moses Uganda The evaluation of the system is not a finite event that concludes with the project meeting the design goals. It is a regular process that continually reviews the system and researches for deficiencies and areas where improvements can be made. Once design goals and performance targets have been met the cycle can be considered over, but the cycle, can begin again -
    2015-03-17 16:03:00

  • Stanley Amaechi Nigeria How do i knw
    2015-03-17 16:03:02

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya How can one identify and address gaps in the system in evaluation phase?
    2015-03-17 09:03:35

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya The use /evaluation phase is the last phase of the system development life cycle.It involves auditing of the system and evaluation for further productivity.the process does not end with the project meeting the intended goals but ensures that the cycle begins again.
    2015-03-17 09:03:56

  • SRIPAD DEVRAO KULKARNI India Apart from the above phases of SDLC, another important activity is proper PROJECT CLOSURE. A project should be closed properly and client should sign-off the closure. Also problems faced/lessons learnt during the implementation of project be properly documented so that you don't commit the same mistake in future projects.
    2015-03-14 08:03:17

  • Rita Musoke United Kingdom Very good activity as it helped jogging my memory to recall on some parts of the previous studied information on the topic of the SDCL.
    2015-03-01 23:03:45

  • Adegbola Ganiu adeola Nigeria Yes and is good idea.
    2015-02-28 11:02:59

  • amin khalil Sudan Project management mean find solution of problem and planning for future , that mean use phase of project step by step and maintenance the gap .
    2015-02-18 09:02:46

  • George Gindeh Kiawu Sierra Leone The use/evaluation phase is an important aspect of the project management. it gives an insight into the level of feasibility studies that had been done prior to the implementation.
    2015-02-04 15:02:02

  • Srikant Parasar India it is not required but to monitoring over the project it is important.
    2015-01-31 09:01:05

  • Manasseh Taloafiri Solomon Islands Nice exercise for revision, and will revise it.
    2015-01-21 07:01:17

  • Alexander Seruzi Uganda Good exercise for practice.
    2015-01-17 10:01:11

  • Veronica Brown Australia 1. It incorporates processes of evaluation more closely into the development activities of organisations. It does this by distinguishing between a number of distinct types of evaluation and defining their rightful place within the development life-cycle. 2. It builds upon the lessons from the vast literature on IS failure, particularly the fact that the participation of representatives of stakeholder groups (including end- users) is critical to all processes of evaluation. Stakeholders need to be the explicit evaluators of IS products. 3. It emphasises a number of feedback loops that encourage elements of organisational learning. 4. It acknowledges the fact that development failure is common-place. Failure is not just about total abandonment of projects. It is important for organisations to evaluate reasons for the substantial or partial abandonment of development projects.
    2015-01-15 01:01:41

  • Myo Zaw Tun Myanmar Very good Activity for Question and Answer for revision.
    2015-01-10 10:01:08

    • olukan olusola Nigeria Yes
      2015-01-16 16:01:39
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