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Evaluating Alternative Processes - Evaluating Various Approaches

Evaluating Alternative Processes - Evaluating Various Approaches

Product Competency 4:

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 the "evaluation of various approaches". By definition, projects are unique, a characteristic that distinguishes them from ongoing operations. Because of this uniqueness, each project may have different goals, objectives, development standards, life cycles, and team structures. A crucial competency for software project managers is to be able to evaluate the various options and select the most appropriate for each project.


Some of the ways that a project manager may estimate alternative processes are by selecting a life cycle ("Selecting Software Development Life Cycles"), defining standards for development based on an approved charter, goals, and scope ("Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software Project"), and choosing an organizational form.



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project manager, life cycle, competency
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