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Managing Change - Being an Effective Change Agent
Managing Change - Being an Effective Change Agent

As we know, change is unavoidable. "The only thing that is constant is change". In the software industry, we couldn't ignore it if we wanted to - technology is moving at a fast clip.

Tags project manager, management skills, software industry

Negotiating Successfully - Resolving Conflicts and Negotiating Successfully
Negotiating Successfully - Resolving Conflicts and Negotiating Successfully

Negotiation is many times the key to making the rest of the skills and techniques effective. It is generally applicable and very essential to most interactions, formal or informal. Conflict is

Tags people management, project manager, negotiation

Presenting Effectively - Using Effective Written and Oral Skills
Presenting Effectively - Using Effective Written and Oral Skills

Project managers are required to make presentations on the "state of the project" on multiple levels. Making presentations is an essential task, closely aligned with

Tags management skills, communications management, project manager

Project Description
Project Description

The Chinese Railroad Ministry (CRM) is requesting proposals to build a prototype of an automated railway reservation system (ARRS). The cornerstone of this proposal will be the project plan.

Tags project manager, software engineering, prototype

Your Project Deliverables
Your Project Deliverables

The CRM project needs a complete project plan in order to do the assessment to determine whether or not your company will be one of the competitors for the final project. The CRM executive management team,

Tags software development, project manager, prototype

Key Points of Process Overview
Key Points of Process Overview

Process describes our level of quality. Without having a defined process, there is nothing to manage against. Process and quality are not free. There is a cost in establishing a managed,

Tags project manager, process, software project

The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod
The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod

In the 1980s, IBM responded to the constricting nature of formal methods, such as the waterfall model, with the use of a rapid application development (RAD) approach. James Martin's book Rapid Application Development introduced this approach to the software community. With

Tags life cycle, prototype, project manager

Where We Are in the Product Development Life Cycle
Where We Are in the Product Development Life Cycle

Managing domain processes is started during the concept exploration phase, as shown in figure (a). As the project concept is defined, the domain processes frame the concept in the target operating environment. Ultimate delivery of a quality product needs the project manager

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Defining the Process Domain
Defining the Process Domain

Domain processes are the interrelated activities that are specific to the functioning of the organization for which a software project is developed. The first step is to determine the domain in which the product will finally be used. For all domain analysis, the critical point of

Tags software project, project manager, product development, life cycle,

Understanding Financial Processes
Understanding Financial Processes

The final domain process for the project manager to understand is the financial facet of the project. Many of the techniques are contained in the economic selection models earlier discussed. The understanding that the project manager needs is one of the interrelationships among

Tags project manager, profit margin, turnover ratio

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