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The last six of the HPT standards

The last six of the HPT standards can be summarized in the acronym ADDIE - assess, design, develop, implement and evaluation. There are similarities here to SDLC, the software development lifecycle, as well. Compare the similarities and difference. Discuss advantages and disadvantages that an HPT practitioner might have when working on software implementation projects.

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When we look at the SDLC, the SDLC is broken down into three main parts, which are the service requirements definition, the service architecture, and service testing. The SDLC is based on recognition - in the first stage, we recognize all who are involved and the exact benefits to those stakeholders. We build from the bottom up through recognizing each of the main aspects that are required. In the second stage of SDLC, we take that recognition and build upon it by making the connections that we need for success. In the ...

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This solution thoroughly discusses the last six of the HPT standards. We compare the similarities and differences between HPT and SDLC (software development life cycle). We discuss the advantages and disadvantages that an HPT practitioner might have when working on software implementation projects.

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