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April 2013 Archive


What Is a Phase
What Is a Phase

In any large, complicated project, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer number of tasks and activities that need to be completed. A convenient way to deal with this volume is to divide the project into groups of tasks that make it easier for us to understand and

Tags software project management, phase, life cycle

What Is a System
What Is a System

Right behind "thing" as the most confusing word in the English language, "system" can mean just about anything for software. This uncertainty has historically been a root cause of problems in understanding software requirements. So, we will define it here for our

Tags software project management, slc phase, swpm

Product Development Techniques
Product Development Techniques

At the end of the day, software project managers are responsible for delivering a product. Since that is our primary objective, we will look at product development techniques first,

Tags product development, competency, life cycle

A Brief Description of Product Management Skills
A Brief Description of Product Management Skills

Product competencies are briefly explained in the following sections.

Tags software development, project manager, life cycle

Defining the Product - Identifying Customer Environment and Product Require
Defining the Product - Identifying Customer Environment and Product Require

"Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software Project", covers the process governing those activities. The project manager should be competent in relating the customer background

Tags project manager, spmp, sqa plan

Evaluating Alternative Processes - Evaluating Various Approaches
Evaluating Alternative Processes - Evaluating Various Approaches

There are as many ways to organize project personnel as there are differences on the standard waterfall life cycle. The capability to pick and choose from a glut of toolkits means

Tags project manager, life cycle, competency

Managing Requirements - Monitoring Changes in Requirements
Managing Requirements - Monitoring Changes in Requirements

The important and difficult part of getting the requirements correct is obtaining them from the stakeholders. Communication issues, varying expectations, differing needs, and many more

Tags software development project, competency, jad

Managing Subcontractors - Planning, Managing, and Monitoring Performance
Managing Subcontractors - Planning, Managing, and Monitoring Performance

Subcontractor management begins when the project manager decides that some or all of the project work will be outsourced. Obviously, this competency is critical to project success in

Tags software project, competency, software development

Performing the Initial Assessment - Assessing Difficulty, Risks, Costs, and
Performing the Initial Assessment - Assessing Difficulty, Risks, Costs, and

"Identifying the Tasks and Activities" explains the preparation of software development task descriptions within each life cycle process. Also included are references to the usual and

Tags software development project, project management, configuration management

Selecting Methods and Tools - Defining Selection Processes
Selecting Methods and Tools - Defining Selection Processes

Project managers application of sound software development methods, techniques and tools, coupled with project management practices, decides organizational success or failure.

Tags software development project, software engineering, swpm

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