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IEEE 1074 - Process Map for Software Life Cycle Process
IEEE 1074 - Process Map for Software Life Cycle Process

IEEE 1074 provides a process for creating a software life cycle process (SLCP). The SLCP is defined as the project-specific description of the process that is based on a project's software

Tags software development, project management, configuration management

“Selecting Software Development Life Cycles” Relation to the 34 Competencie
“Selecting Software Development Life Cycles” Relation to the 34 Competencie

Choosing and tailoring a development life cycle impacts all three areas of product development techniques, project management skills, and people management skills. Under

Tags people management, competency, project management

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/IEC 12207

The SEI is not the only quality or standards organization concerned with software processes and life cycles. As early as 1989, it was recognized that the standard imposed upon defense and other government contractors, Department of Defense Standard (DOD STD) 2167A,

Tags software process, life cycle, project management

The V-Shaped Software Development Life Cycle Model
The V-Shaped Software Development Life Cycle Model

The V-shaped model was developed to help the project team in planning and designing for the testability of a system. The model places a strong emphasis on the verification and validation activities of the product. It demonstrates that the testing of the product is discussed,

Tags software development, milestones, project management

Managing Domain Processes
Managing Domain Processes

Domain processes are the interrelated activities specific to the functioning of the organization for which a software project is developed. The measure of quality for a software project is based on how well the software solves particular domain-related problems. For the software

Tags software project, life cycle, project management, project deliverables

The Whole Is the Sum of the Parts
The Whole Is the Sum of the Parts

The personality of a project consists of individuals who, in turn, have complicated personalities. Taibi Kahler proposes, Observing people is like observing holograms. A hologram comprises hundreds of thousands of independent images, each of which portrays a complete object

Tags project management, life cycle, project registers, scheduling tools, project leader, project team

Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software
Defining the Goal and Scope of the Software

So far we have explained processes and life cycles as a framework for performing software project management. This section explains the beginning of formal project creation. In this section, we explain how the project and product processes fit together to define a unique project

Tags project creation, life cycle, product development, project management

Determining Project Risks
Determining Project Risks

Software risk management is the formal process in which risk factors are systematically identified, assessed, and mitigated. The determination of the risk in a project, either due to external or internal causes, is a major part of project management. The PMBOK defines

Tags project management, project risk, risk management, software development, life cycle

Project Risk and the SEI
Project Risk and the SEI

The Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute developed a software risk model based on the Shewhart-Deming cycle. The model provides information and feedback, internal and external to the project, on the risk activities, current risks, and emerging risks. Figure

Tags software risk model, software development, project management, project risk

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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