The term PIR stands for:
(a) post implementation review;
(b) post initiation review;
(c) project initiation report;
(d) programme implementation report.
This is a straightforward question if you are familiar with the PIR acronym. The correct answer is (a) as the aim is to identify lessons conducted from a post implementation review at the end of the IT-enabled change programme.
Which of the following is not a main source of documented information needed to do a formal review once implementation has taken place?
(a) The business case.
(b) Previous similar reviews.
(c) Stakeholder analysis.
(d) A summary of costs and benefits.
A formal review after implementation will evaluate ...