Requirements, Prioritization, and Project Planning for Project Server
There are many ways to implement Project Server. No matter which methodology is used, however, each requires planning. In fact, the one thing that you should remember from this part of the book is that if you don’t take the planning seriously for your project, it will almost certainly fail.
This chapter discusses a process for gathering requirements for your Office Project Server 2007 implementation, prioritizing them, and building a plan for implementation. Project Server can do many things, but not all of its capabilities are important for all companies.