Analysis / Feasibility
For the development lifecycle strategy to work, you must be fully aware of the shortcomings of the current structure and the objectives of the new approach. The feasibility study determines if you can or should meet the goals of the plan. Collect and analyze information to identify technical assets, people, and training that you already have and use. The study also lists the costs and costs of addition or replacement. At this stage, you can determine the scope of the entire project, including economic, operational and human factors, identify key personnel, and set timelines.