IT Lifecycle Module

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As you know, the purpose of the project is not to perform project management. The purpose is to build something. The work to build the product is referred to as the product lifecycle. There are many type of lifecycles - construction, pharmaceuticals, product development and more.

MPMM Lifecycle is for IT development projects

Do you work on IT development projects? If so, our new MPMM Lifecycle product is right for you. You will receive the following content - and more.

MPMM Project Lifecycle Model

MPMM Lifecycle includes:

  • A full lifecycle model. This new methodology contains over 200 pages of content describing all aspects of the IT development model.
    • Analysis. Understand the product requirements and everything needed from the sponsor and customers.
    • Design. Design the best solution for the customer and complete the tactical plans needed for the holistic solution.
    • Construct. Build the solution and all supporting process infrastructure. Get ready for the crucial testing phase.
    • Test. Thoroughly test the solution through integration, systems and user acceptance.
    • Implement. Deploy your final solution, turn over to support and get ready to close the project.
  • Templates. Of course there are templates to support this methodology. All the major ones are includes - Business Requirements Report, Training Strategy and Plan, Testing Strategy and Plan, and many more.
  • Alternative lifecycle models. Classic waterfall development can work on most any project. But is it always the most effective model? This section explores alternative lifecycle models.
    • Waterfall. This is the default lifecycle for all projects, unless it is determined that another of the specialty models is more appropriate.
    • Iterative Development. The solution is completed through a series of iterations. This is not an Agile model, but it is a classic iterative model upon which Agile is based.
    • Enhancements. This model is used when you are modifying an existing solution.
    • Package Selection and Implementation. This model is specifically used if your project requires you to evaluate and implement packages or products.
    • Customer Relationship Management (CRM). This model describes the approach to take when executing a customer relationship management implementation project.
    • Software Releases. This model is used when you are batching together a number of changes into one release package.
    • Research and Development. This model is used when you are performing research on some type of solution.
  • Process models. Review process models for all of the lifecycles mentioned above. This section helps you visualize the workflow of the various lifecycle models.