When developing Mimir - The Professional Project Guide, a major
focus was put on providing a good usability for all project team
members. As the Guide provides very much information, this help
system provides some hints especially for new users. The first
section contains some general getting started tips. The second block
provides a role based Point of Interest Tour through Mimir.
- When starting with Mimir, the
Role Overview and
Lifecycle Overview provide the best starting points to get a
first overview of the processes described in Mimir.
- The Role Overview page contains some valuable
recommendations for project classifications and how to assign
roles to your staff based on the classifications.
- If you click on the blue phase section in the lifecycle, a
high level description
of the phases is provided.
- When clicking on one of the workflows, the appropriate
workflow page will open, providing an overview of the workflow
as well as detailed activity descriptions. Note: Almost all
pages provide links to related topics on the top right hand of
- After you have investigated the workflows, the next step is
an analysis of the document
- After you have checked some selected templates, the
document dependency page is a good place to get a first
understanding on how these documents interact in a project.
- And last but not least you should have a look at all the
methods provided with Mimir - the
Point of Interests
The following links provide some selected but certainly not complete
Points of Interests for the different roles.
The conventions for editing the process kit are described in the