INCOMPLETE ICT info 1 topic 8 (Implementation of ICT - related solutions)

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What is the first thing that you must do when implementing a solution?
break down the tasks into smaller sections sometimes known as sub-tasks. Doing this helps to identify what exactly needs to be done within the available time.
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Why must you then plan your time?
To make sure all sub-tasks fit into the time available. Think about: How long each task takes, the order of tasks to be done, if any tasks have to be done at a certain time. Some tasks may overlap. Be realistic and allow time for if things go wrong.
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What else do you know about the time planning stage?
Time plans're up to you, Gantt charts make it easier to show overlapping tasks. A time plan's efficient & keeps you organised, the plan'll change, as some tasks'll take less or more time than planned. This may have a wider effect on the plan.
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CHANGE !!!What rules should you stick to when implementing your plan?
Follow your time plan: Stick to it as best you can, You may need to make changes so you need to update it to ensure you keep on schedule. Follow your design plans: the solution you're building will change/develop over time & your original esigns may
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To make sure all sub-tasks fit into the time available. Think about: How long each task takes, the order of tasks to be done, if any tasks have to be done at a certain time. Some tasks may overlap. Be realistic and allow time for if things go wrong.

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