Bringing together the four Digital Team Managers and three Digital Business Partners to begin to share their priority projects and get an overview of all of the work the Digital Team
This project management lifecycle framework was developed by a consortium of twenty five of some of the best Digital Project Managers in the world with combined experience of over 150 years. Actually, no it wasn’t. I made it up last night.
How we D.E.L.I.V.E.R™ digital projects
Initial discovery phase to scope simple requirements.
Create tests to validate assumptions made in the Discover phase.
Using the results of the Experiment phase, develop a Launch plan that includes more detailed scoping of the requirements, benefits, impact, budget, resources, timescales, risk, etc and has Implementation, Verification, and Evaluation criteria.
Launch the project.
Monitor the implementation to verify that it is performing as expected and make changes as required.
Evaluate the project against
Report on the successes and failures of the project
Acronyms are easier to remember, the seven headings are general enough that lots of things can fit under them, it encourages an experiment/testing approach, and has (kind of) logical steps in managing a project.
Is it managing digital projects (the what)?
Is it managing projects digitally (the how)?
Or is it digitally managing digital projects (the what, how, and maybe even why)?
Counties should have there own domain name extensions e.g. .ox.uk for Oxfordshire and .dv.uk for Devon.
It’s interesting that we think of using the world wide web with concepts such as “visiting” and “surfing” which imply actively going on a journey to a particular location, when in actual fact we stay in one place and the website, etc. visits us. The experience of using the world wide web is much closer to watching TV but we think of it very differently.
nom.pa domain name is only $105 for two years…