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June 2014 Archive


Organizational Structures
Organizational Structures

Now that we have a basic understanding of organizations in general, we can look at the common forms that a software development project manager may encounter. In the 1960s and 1970s, various forms of organization were being discussed in the literature. These are shown in

Tags software development project, functional organization, matrix organization, projectized organization

Implementing an Organizational Structure
Implementing an Organizational Structure

When you have selected an organizational structure suitable to the conditions of your project environment, you may find some resistance to implementing it, particularly if you have a low power base. This section will give you some background to help implement a change in the

Tags project team, software development project, matrix organization, organizational approach

Considering Dependencies
Considering Dependencies

Most activities are not performed in isolation on a project. Identifying proper dependencies is a key part of getting the schedule right. This section discusses some considerations for dependencies common in software development projects, with references to the life cycle models

Tags software development project, functional organization

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