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Confuse talk[edit]

(difficult to understand, perhaps vandalism)


Please, for the love of God, tell me what seperates a "Deliverable" from a "Goal?"

Otherwise, this is, and get ready for some heavy POV here, nothing but some more lousy Corporatespeak and the neutrality of the article is in question, IMO.

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As such, I've updated the article to reflect the corp-speak nature of the word. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:43, 14 July 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

This is total nonsense - please delete before it gives Wikipedia a bad name Cannonmc (talk) 16:59, 30 April 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]

This just appeared in the ArchWiki, as if actual human beings are expected to know what this word means. I'm with Cannonmc; forget this word ever existed--there are much better words for these things. (talk) 07:42, 17 May 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]

What the difference is between Work Package and Deliverable[edit]

I'm going to delete a couple edits by User:Adamrce as mixing what a work package is in as if it were a deliverable. In usual phrasing, a work package produces a deliverable, not "is a" deliverable. Work package is the group of things that execute to produce a deliverable. I obviously cannot talk about work package within the article but for some clarification on what is a work package versus what is deliverable is I point to sites from simply googling for 'in construction, what is a "work package" deliverable' :

cheers Markbassett (talk) 20:10, 13 October 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Suggestion: to add topics about Deliverable Management[edit]

Deliverables in Project Management, as approach. Actors (producer and consumer) and steps in the process:

  1. Producer recives inputs (material or information), and each input may be a deliverable from other actors.
  2. ... Producer send the produced deliverable to the consumer (that receives the deliverable).
  3. ... there are a contractual (producer-consumer) checklist... Consumer do also something as functional review of deliverable.
  4. (consumer) prepare and route deliverable (so is again checking)
  5. consumer approve the deliberable (closing the instance of producer-consumer deliverable contract)
  6. (in a supply chain consumer will be a producer for other deliveracle and other actors will recive it)

Note: there are no good article, but perhaps there are something to merge, e.g. Product-based planning.

Krauss (talk) 10:28, 9 October 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]