Chapter 9 System Configuration

DOI: 10.4324/9781003206668-9

Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four-hour days.

Zig Ziglar

Some say project managers do not necessarily need to have any knowledge of the industry, or subject, of the project to manage it. Others respond that while it is not necessary, it is beneficial to have at least a basic understanding to have credibility with project team members and to know what to ask and how to gauge the answers.

To fulfill this latter skill set, this chapter will provide an overview of the more common technical concepts and terms used when implementing software. In addition to the information provided here, it is highly beneficial to also find one or two people who ...

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