La fase de planificación
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La fase de planificación

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    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Why is the planning phase important?

    Agbor  Judy E.
    NG
    Agbor Judy E.

    Planning is a continual activity to an organisation as long as evaluation is done. It is not stopped at the start of a project.

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    GANTT chart may be used in the planning of new system.

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    AGANTT chart may be used to assist in the planning of new system

    Uttamsingh C.
    MU
    Uttamsingh C.

    Hi i can't complete this topic please help me (Incomplete) The analysis phase Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/mod/scorm/player.php on line 65

    Thomas Haingura M.
    NA
    Thomas Haingura M.

    The planning that takes places in this process is not the planning of the program or system, rather, it is the initial steps that take place to define the project and set the objectives that will be used to evaluate the overall success of the final solution. Noted.

    Evelyn D.
    GB
    Evelyn D.

    The initial stage of planning phase is sometimes called as scope management. It focuses on the three fundamental components of the planning process such as outlining the activities, timeframe and cost. Then this is followed by risk management which identifies high threat issues, avoiding it to occur or reducing the impact of such project threat. Next is identifying stakeholders and preparing a proper documentation of the detailed plan.

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Information Technology -> The planning phase The Planning Phase When radio station 3RRR made a major transition from an outdated network to the installation and configuration of a new networked information system, Kath Letch, RRR Station Manager, oversaw the implementation. View a video that explores what the planning stage of this project involved. There are many factors which may prompt change within organisations. Some examples include: a change in government policy the introduction of new, or amendment to existing, legislation market trends community attitudes and values availability and cost of equipment desire for increased competitiveness employment agreements health and safety. Regardless of the reason, the development of any computer based information system should receive careful planning. Proper planning is important as it allows: the scope of the project to be defined potential problem areas to be identified the sequence of the tasks to be identified for the provision of a basis for control. The planning phase will normally follow a sequence of steps including: recognising the problem defining the problem setting project objectives identifying constraints conducting feasibility studies creating project proposals establishing control mechanisms. A GANTT chart may be used to assist in the planning of a new system. Note - the planning that takes places in this process is not the planning of the program or system, rather, it is the initial steps that take place to define the project and set the objectives that will be used to evaluate the overall success of the final solution.

    Ebenezer Teye N.
    GH
    Ebenezer Teye N.

    The planning phase normally follows these steps: 1. identify the problem 2. defining the problem 3. setting project goals/objectives 4. identifying limitations/constraints 5.conduct feasibility studies 6. create project proposals 7. establish control mechanisms

    Manish K.
    NP
    Manish K.

    I got information about the planning phase. It is fruitful.

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