Managing Project Expectations

Umbach, Judith M.
April 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p60
Discusses the management of user expectations in information technology projects within the context of libraries in Canada. Rate at which users' expectations of project deliverables change; Need for scope containment to be elastic enough to include additional ideas, features, and participants within the original concept.


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