A Seven-Phase Methodology for Managing Your Next SAP Application Development Project

  • by Jonathan Pokress, President, Bluenote Consulting
  • September 15, 2002
/Project Management
Custom development projects can be undermined by a variety of factors, such as faulty software, unhappy users, lack of documentation, and so on. This article presents a methodology to help you identify, define, and solve the true problem, use the right tools for the job, and build the right solution the first time. It shows you how to use a prototype to negotiate user requirements, and provides a roadmap for managing a project, complete with descriptions of the specific deliverables to provide at each phase and insights into identifying and making key development decisions, solidifying project goals, setting and meeting user expectations, and tackling projects in manageable installments.

Jonathan Pokress

Jonathan Pokress, CPIM is an independent consultant and president of Bluenote Consulting Group, Inc. (www.bluenoteonline.com), based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has spoken on numerous occasions on both technical and managerial topics, including web-enablement with the SAP Internet Transaction Server, development methodology, and user interface design. Bluenote assists clients in the areas of R/3 simplification, development of web and wireless solutions, quality assurance, and mentoring.

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