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IT Project Checklist This IT Project Checklist is created to guide IT professionals who are beginners yet in managing their own projects. Using this checklist you will find out how you can collaborate with the customer representatives and how to continually make sure that you are working at what is expected by them to prevent their dissatisfaction. 

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IT Project Checklist:

  • Interview the future Project Customer (competent representatives of organization) to make you understand:
    • The Customer’s vision of their business needs to be satisfied;
    • How they state a purpose of the project they want to order;
    • How they expect to benefit from the final project’s products;
    • How do they conceptualize the project’s outcomes;
    • How clear they are on objectives to be attained with the project;
    • How do they motivate their requirements;
    • When do they expect to have desired project results to be delivered;
  • Consider how feasible and reasonable their requirements are, and decide if your project team, or your organization is really capable of delivering them in a full scale, if no, then:
    • Highlight points in their requirements which you find unfeasible, and explain why it is so;
    • Negotiate on these points until customers agree upon some more feasible solutions;
  • Analyze the future Project’s background:
    • What business processes the Customer has to be affected by a solution he demands;
    • How this solution is expected to improve or facilitate these processes;
    • What IT infrastructure the Customer already has/operates;
    • What similar systems or solutions they are currently using in their practice;
    • If any systems are currently utilized, define why they don’t fit their needs;
    • What business situation and challenges they currently face;
  • Sketch a general conception of future solution;
  • Represent it to the Customer representatives on the meeting:
    • Prepare some visual materials and schemas to make your ideas easier-to-grasp;
    • If your company has done something similar before, then prepare screenshots and samples;
    • Explain to them how you envisage the solution working for their needs;
    • Make sure they understand your vision and ready to discuss it;
    • Discuss it with them and consider all their suggestions and comments;
    • Once you have a clearer picture of work to be done, get everything articulated with them again to check if this final conception is correctly understood by both parties;
    • Roughly estimate time and costs which a project of this scope may consume;
    • Discuss your estimates with representatives and document your resolution;
  • Collect information (User stories) to enrich conception of the Project outcomes:
    • Engage immediate users of future solution, or someone who can adequately represent them;
    • Define their practical issues and needs, and how they want them to be resolved;
    • Conduct surveys among users to define some essentials that would be helpful to you;
    • Collect information on similar solutions realized before;
    • Define “likes” and “dislikes” in that previous realizations, and how they can be improved;
    • Establish consistent communications with users;
  • Elaborate a more developed conception of your proposed solution, including:
    • Sketches of user interfaces;
    • Diagrams showing how different IT elements will be working together in your solution;
    • Workflow diagram showing how your IT solution will affect/improve the existing processes;
    • Draw a list of prospective features included into solution and user benefits to be gained;
    • Identify and characterize inputs required and outputs produced by your solution;
    • Identify and characterize computing resources necessary to drive your solution;
  • Represent the elaborated conception to the Customer and continually refine it with their help;
  • Make sure they accept your solution and understand it as completely ...

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