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Project Development: Everything You Need to Get Started

Jason Westland
Publication date:
January 14, 2020
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Project Development: Everything You Need to Get Started

Project development is the process of planning and allocating resources to fully develop a project or product from concept to go-live. It typically consists of five phases: discovery, allocation, kickoff, quality assurance, review and report. During the discovery phase, managers work to establish the people who will make up the project team. During the allocation phase, they allocate budgets, resources, staff and time. During the quality assurance phase, they measure project progress and identify which milestones they'll need to create to reach the desired outcome.

The most important details in this text are the three phases of project development: kickoff, quality assurance, and review and report. Kickoff involves setting the project into motion, ensuring all stakeholders and team members are on the systems they need to be on, and creating deliverables. Quality assurance involves testing the finished project and ensuring that all the loose ends are tied. Review and report involves taking all of the findings and data and getting feedback from stakeholders. Lastly, review and report involves assessing any knowledge loss or waste during the project process.Tips and Tricks for Project Development Phases include staying organized, keeping lines of communication open, tracking everything, and having a software system in place to better track everything. Having a system in place before project kickoff works more effectively than a spreadsheet and keeps everyone organized.


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Jason Westland
Project Development: Everything You Need to Get Started
January 14, 2020
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