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September 2013 Archive


Parts Need to Work Together
Parts Need to Work Together

Apparently clear but frequently overlooked is the importance of choosing a good team (when possible) and preparing the members for the project. The majority of projects fail because the team never "jells". Many times, project leaders are given team members based on

Tags project manager, jelled team, organizational stress, teamicide

Working Together Requires a Framework
Working Together Requires a Framework

A team can sing at the same time but not talk at the same time. The difference is a common sheet of music. This is the framework provided by project management competencies.

Tags teamicide, cliques, project manager, life cycle, project lab

Providing the Total Solution
Providing the Total Solution

The total solution needs more than just technology and process today. Referring again to Fred Brooks "No Silver Bullet", no single tool or approach will solve all issues. Even the P-CMM implementation must be viewed as a framework around which to manage the constant

Tags process, project setting, project team, leadership, team charter, research lab

Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software
Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software

So far we have explained processes and life cycles as a framework for performing software project management. This section explains the beginning of formal project creation. In this section, we explain how the project and product processes fit together to define a unique project

Tags project creation, life cycle, product development, project management

Project Planning
Project Planning

Why plan? Won't the plans just change anyway? Why waste a lot of time and effort writing down what we think we're going to do, just to have blind luck change it all before we're done? Why not "just do it" and handle whatever happens whenever it happens? These are good questions

Tags life cycle, project charter, software deliverables, software project

What Is The Goal
What Is The Goal

Every project requires at least one goal. Most have several goals. Sometimes these are called the project objectives or are collectively referred to as the mission of the project. In fact, we think that the mission of the project is to achieve the goals and objectives. Whatever

Tags software project, project team, software deliverable, milestones

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