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Writing the manual concurrently -- a Project Manager's perspective
Subject:Writing the manual concurrently -- a Project Manager's perspective From:Richard G Harris <rgh -at- WORLD -dot- STD -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 2 Dec 1995 11:25:17 +0001
A recent thread dealth with writingthe manual before, or concurrent with,
a new product. As a project manager, and a technical writer, I know how
tough that is. Unfortunately, in today's business climate, it's often
I thing the three most important ingredients are
I don't know that any one type of communication is better than another. I
just know it's impossible to communicate too much. I think we all tend to
have too many meetings though. I personally prefer one-to-one communication.
One man's opinion...
rgh -at- world -dot- std -dot- com