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Surely the schedule / project plan must be a 'plan for a plan' or a high level skeleton plan? - if a full plan existed, it would be a little late for a project kickoff meeting, unless a whole new team were being gathered to execute the plan which would be fraught with problems if others have done the analysis and estimating?
I suppose there is a Kick-off meeting with the internal team first. In order to sign the contract, some work is required, and this could be considered as a small project, what do you think?
Then, there is the Kick-off meeting after signing the contract with the solution provider and the client teams. In this case, I am asking what is required to prepare myself and a (Project Manager from the Client Side)?
What will be the Kickoff meeting checklist if the project is Software Implementation for Cloud based Talent Management, the vendor has been selected, and we are about to sign the contract with the vendor.
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Portfolio Management Tips for Young Investors.
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