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Subject:Re: Number of Projects From:G J Lundy <glundy -at- INFOCOM -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 21 Sep 1995 21:54:08 GMT
Part of the difficulty of these side-by-side projects is that available
resources (e.g., other
technical writer and editor) are being assigned to projects that do not allow
them to be used as
supplemental help. The company will not hire contractors, and none of the
people are intimately familiar with the problems of developing and writing
other problem relates to the fact that we have over the past year moved into a
scheduling, but many of the finer points... such as technical documentation, are
still not included
along with project teams, or information listings. All of which adds
considerable burdens to
obtaining information, resources and staying in-the-know with whats going on.
are be set by upper management, but without the benefit of input or modification
from those that
have to do complete the project(s). When slippage occurs.... it's a really big