1. Identify Milestones:
Establish what needs to be done and when it should be completed, as well as the criteria for success.
2. Set Objectives:
Determine the key objectives and goals of the project and make sure that everyone involved is on board with them.
Calculate how much money will be needed for the launch, including both overhead and marketing costs.
4. Quality Assurance:
Perform tests to ensure quality assurance standards are met before launching the product or service.
5. Promotion Plan:
Create a plan for promoting the product or service before launch to create awareness among potential customers.
6. Legal Matters:
Make sure all legal requirements have been met to ensure the product or service can be launched without any legal issues.
7. User Documentation:
Create user documentation for customers, so they know how to properly use and enjoy the product or service.
8. Feedback Loop:
Set up a system for collecting feedback from early adopters of the product or service to improve it before the general launch.
9. Executive Sign-off:
Make sure that all stakeholders are on board with launching the project, by having sign-offs from executives involved in the project.
10. Monitoring & Maintenance:
Establish a plan for monitoring and maintaining the product after launch, including updating software and addressing customer concerns. This will help ensure continued success post-launch.