The Triad approach includes some unique logistical and implementation needs that project managers should consider.
This section discusses logistical and implementation dimensions unique to the deployment of a Triad approach. These pertain to scheduling, readiness reviews, technology evaluation, decision support, information management requirements, and quality assurance/quality control procedures. From a project management perspective, each of these can be critical to the successful implementation of Triad-based field activities. Explicit consideration of these should be part of the Triad systematic planning process before field activities are undertaken.