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9.. What is SMARTER, and diff among Goals and Objectives. (5 MARKS

Goals and Objectives Should Be SMARTER

SMARTER is an acronym, that is, a word composed by joining letters from

different words in a phrase or set of words. In this case, a SMARTER goal or

objective is:


For example, it's difficult to know what someone should be doing if they are to

pursue the goal to "work harder". It's easier to recognize "Write a paper".


It's difficult to know what the scope of "Writing a paper" really is. It's easier to

appreciate that effort if the goal is "Write a 30-page paper".


If I'm to take responsibility for pursuit of a goal, the goal should be acceptable to

me. For example, I'm not likely to follow the directions of someone telling me to

write a 30-page paper when I also have to five other papers to write.

However, if you involve me in setting the goal so I can change my other

commitments or modify the goal, I'm much more likely to accept pursuit of the

goal as well.

Realistic: Even if I do accept responsibility to pursue a goal that is specific and

measurable, the goal won't be useful to me or others if, for example, the goal is to

"Write a 30-page paper in the next 10 seconds".

Time frame: It may mean more to others if I commit to a realistic goal to "Write

a 30-page paper in one week". However, it'll mean more to others (particularly if

they are planning to help me or guide me to reach the goal) if I specify that I will

write one page a day for 30 days, rather than including the possibility that I will

write all 30 pages in last day of the 30-day period.

what activities are included in risk management ??(3)

Risk management

activities involve identifying potential risks, assessing them, and planning for

contingent actions if a risk materializes.

write the formula for effort estimation using intermediate cocomo technique ???(3)

Ei = a1 * (KLOC)a2

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ma ny solve ki the ye file.  nkal kr bhr kyu rakh di ??

Amina isliye k sub ko pta chale k U ne buhat kaam kiya hai.......

My today Paper of cs615'

1) Which management tools are used for schedule project 

2)Which criteria used by pert for time

3)Define software process.. how software myth effect a software process

4)Function point


5) Delphi technique 

6 ) write 3 assessment of risk allocation 

7) Explain the recources allocation methodology used during development of project plan 

8) Risk component are define in four manners.. Elaborate of all of them 

9) Aik question project manager wala tha k ap project manager hn tu 3 step define krn according to wbs..

Mcqs 50% past papers se the aur agar ap carefully paar k krn ge tu theek ho jain ge..

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