K-MSG-L Notes 11 (22) - workflow....

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work-flow. The document manufacturing pattern and work-flow provides the structured  procedure by which information are designed, improved and approved. Since venture  information represent tangible proof that venture choices and methods are underway, any  productive work-flow should be developed to make sure that these information are designed in  collaborative way, and allocated for appropriate acceptance and acceptance. A basic  documentation work-flow can be laid out in five particular phases: Stage : Papers Set up The  document "draft" is prepared according to recognized requirements and kinds Stage : Papers  Review The "draft" is analyzed by all appropriate stakeholders, and feedback is offered. Stage :  Papers Revision Review comments are considered and document revisions are designed. A "pre- approval" edition is produced. Stage : Papers Approval The "pre-approval" edition is allocated to
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