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Project Plan

A Case in Point
A Case in Point

The case study method has been used throughout project management training to frame the student within the real world. This blog makes wide use of the Chinese Railway Passenger

Tags software engineering, project management, project plan

The Process of Process Management
The Process of Process Management

W. Edwards Deming brought the first easily understandable structure for process management from his work in Japan after World War II. Deming encouraged the Japanese to adopt a systematic approach to problem solving, which later became known as the Deming

Tags process management, project plan, configuration management

Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
Creating the Work Breakdown Structure

If you have obtained a project charter and an excited customer, why go to the trouble to build a work breakdown structure? After all, aren't you a software engineering professional? The work breakdown structure (WBS) is the heart of a project plan, as most of the other parts of a

Tags project charter, project plan, software product, life cycle, competencies

Steps in Developing a Risk Management Plan
Steps in Developing a Risk Management Plan

Developing a risk management plan is just a matter of following the following five steps. By beginning with the previously defined 12 risk categories, the analyst ranks and sorts the risks into a manageable set. The plan then is a direct result of the risk identification, categorization, and prioritization processes.

Tags project management, risk management, risk table, project plan

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