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Digital Project Management by Taylor Olson

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8

PREPARATION

We’ve really accomplished a lot since getting that first phone call, haven’t we? Things are really moving now—the creative team has started production and our developers have started programming. There are just a few more things we need to tidy up before Plan and Define is officially over and we’re ready to enter the Construct to Close stage. The first thing we’ll discuss in this chapter is testing. This is an area that’s pretty easy for a project manager (PM) to overlook since most large agencies have a test (or quality assurance) team in place to manage this part without us getting too heavily involved. But please be sure not to ignore it altogether, because things can fall apart pretty quickly if we don’t make sure the test ...

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