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Reviewing and Reporting Progress

Before we look at how you might create a framework and processes for managing less structured change, it is worth noting that even though the main development project may be finished, it still makes sense to have a process for reviewing and reporting on progress during the maintenance phase of a Web site. This has several benefits:

image Regular contact with the project sponsors. It is likely that during the main development phase of the project you had regular progress and status meetings with project sponsors and other senior management. Ideally, you will have had a regular slot in their calendars. Rather than ...

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