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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

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What Is the Scope of Work
What Is the Scope of Work

Sometimes part of the SPMP, but often a separate document (or several), is the scope of work, statement of work (SOW), or, sometimes, statement of requirements (SOR), although this may get confused with the software requirements specification (SRS), which contains the

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Project Charter
Project Charter

A charter contains the business need, the product description, and major assumptions. See Box 1. Now that the individual objectives have been recognized and the overall project scope is understood and has been agreed upon, it is time to prepare the project charter.

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The Software Project Management Plan
The Software Project Management Plan

This is a vital document of a project. It describes how the project is supposed to be executed and what it is going to create. Next in importance would be the SRS. The SPMP should include definitive project information that contains:

Tags life cycle, project charter, srs, spmp, deliverables

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

Approaches to Building a WBS
Approaches to Building a WBS

A WBS can be organized in many ways, but it is generally best to arrange the activities around major work products and customer deliverables that will satisfy the customer's requirements. We make a distinction here between work products (anything tangible produced by

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