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Defining the Product - Identifying Customer Environment and Product Require
Defining the Product - Identifying Customer Environment and Product Require

"Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software Project", covers the process governing those activities. The project manager should be competent in relating the customer background

Tags project manager, spmp, sqa plan

Selecting Software Development Life Cycles
Selecting Software Development Life Cycles

By definition, a project is a unique undertaking, resulting in a unique product. It follows, then, that a project is likely to employ a unique process for product development. How does a

Tags spmp, software manager, software project management

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

Tags software project, project scope, project charter, spmp, sow, sor, srs

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.

Tags project scope, project process, spmp, project charter

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

Characteristics of Tasks and Activities
Characteristics of Tasks and Activities

How difficult can it be to identify the work that needs to done for a software project? It's mostly common sense, isn't it? What seems like a straightforward assignment can be riddled with opportunities for poor results. The first thing to deal with is what tasks and activities are.

Tags spmp, development tools, software project, life cycle

Software Size and Reuse Estimating
Software Size and Reuse Estimating

Forecasting the "size" of a software system becomes more and more easier as the project progresses. The first time an effort is made, at the front end of the life cycle, little is known except for high-level customer requirements. This is equivalent to requesting a custom-built home,

Tags life cycle, software project, software size, software product, spmp

Assigning Responsibilities to Individuals
Assigning Responsibilities to Individuals

As project manager, your role in staff acquisition and assignment is to determine the specific time, cost, and resource commitments required to complete the project. This must be done for every activity. Some of these cannot be completed until after more planning has occurred,

Tags software size, software development, spmp, staffing plan, staffing pool description

Scheduling the Work
Scheduling the Work

The schedule is derived from the WBS and contains activity duration, important milestones and work products to be produced, and who is responsible for them. Generally represented as a Gantt chart, but equally useful as a table, the schedule adds flesh to the WBS backbone,

Tags gantt chart, scheduling, life cycle, spmp

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