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IT Project Management, 2nd Edition by Joseph Phillips

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2.3. Creating an Approach

When you begin to do your planning, you need a plan of attack. How much time will you commit to this phase of the project? What, or who, will be your resources? What is the goal of the research? Who else will be assisting you? These are all questions you should answer as your research begins.

The size of the project can help you determine how much time you'll need for planning. Of course, not all planning happens in one big chunk. You'll have some up-front planning and you'll revisit the planning process throughout the project. For example, if your project team is creating an application, you'll meet with the stakeholders to determine their needs, create an approach to creating the application, and so on. As it moves ...

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