Momentum Technical Management

  • Technical Projects Expertise
    • Discuss and vetting project
      • Understanding the idea and purpose of the project
    • Scoping projects
      • Identifying the ideas of the project to create a baseline to clearly articulate and define what is required for the project
      • Determine what points are “minimal requirements” versus “would like to have” capabilities
      • Meet with all parties to agree on project functionality
    • Communications
      • Establish a relationship with project group and communicate with them on a regular basis about progression or setbacks with your project.
    • Determine Project Resources
      • Locate all parties needed to complete the scope and determine availabilities
    • Roles and Responsibilities
      • Define each parties role and define expectations
    • Timeline
      • Plan and understand the timeline and delivery expectations
    • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
      • Provide a list of each step of project with responsible parties and timelines
      • Analyze and manage list to attain timeline expectations
      • Identify the sizes of the project steps and focus on larger pieces and work backwards to the smaller pieces which utilize resources
      • Review the WBS regularly to determine the progression in terms of schedule and budget.
    • Document completely
      • Understanding the original plan and any needed changes that are identified to complete the program.
      • Document changes in writing and share to project group
      • Update documentation to communicate to the pertinent parties to update all schedules, timelines, expectations and team interaction
    • Testing
      • Internal testing to assure accurate project functionality
      • Customer offline testing if available until satisfied and provide a go live date.
    • Production
      • Schedule time to enable completed project in production or live