K-MSG-L Notes 12 (13) - employees,.Dependingonthe...

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employees, particularly in the places of information selection and confirming. Depending on the  dimension the Project, using technology to speed up the details management procedure may be  useful. Using technology is not an end to itself but a device to help the automati- CARE DME-IS GUIDELINES Web page  zation of a well developed procedure. The use of technology can assist in the information catch and storage space and distribution of information to all stakeholders, but the analysis remains in the hands of the individuals engaged in the venture. Choosing the right  technology for the right job is not always simple. The projects needs to assess the right “doses”  of technology that will help the venture. Too much technology can actually hinder the project’s 
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