Communication: Communication is not only to understand clients’ needs, but more important is to understand clients’ goals.
Planning: Failing to plan is planning to fail. It’s what every IT professional knows. However, crafting a thoughtful, future-focused technology roadmap is essential, but difficult.
Coordination: Expecting changes or amendments from clients is more practical than ignorantly working on an “agreed” plan without coordination. Coordination is utmost important to satisfactory and successful delivery of the project.
Deployment: Developing a powerful system doesn’t mean successful implementation. We need to formulate strategic transitional plan and provide trainings to avoid damage from sudden changes and also make adjustment for improvement in use case.
Evaluation: The world is changing fast. It is important to get feedback from the clients to keep improvement for the future.