Re: A Long Time Ago

Subject: Re: A Long Time Ago
From: "Surag R" <suragtechwriter -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Jay Maechtlen" <techwriter -at- covad -dot- net>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 19:23:15 +0530

> > Enter the PMO. "Oh no, no, no. You must document every process and
> > procedure, for every module, for every facility." This increases the
> doc
> > plan to 133 documents...due on April 13. Doable? I have no idea any
> more.
> >
> Sounds like those developers doing nothing should be assigned to you to
> help figure out the bloody mess, and rough in the docs. You create a
> very simple framework, they fill in the blanks.
> (yeah, I live in a dreamland, don't I?)
> --

Utilizing the developers is a good idea. What about calling that process
with a technical sounding name like "Creating Use Cases"? It will also
assist in testing the functionalities.


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