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CS615 - Software Project Management GDB No. 01 Solution and Discussion Spring 2013 Due Date 10th Jul, 2013

Graded Discussion Board for the course 'Software Project Management (CS615)' will be open on Monday 8th July, 2013 and it will be closed on Wednesday 10th Jul, 2013.

Discussion Topic

“Only Quality control metrics for effective project management is sufficient to accommodate the need for efficient software development”. Justify this statement, either in favor or against with solid and precise reason.

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  1. GDB will have weight-age of 5% of your total subject marks.
  2. Your discussion must be based on logical facts.
  3. You should post your comments on the Graded Discussion Board & not on the Regular MDB. Both will run parallel to each other during the time specified above.
  4. Your comments should be relevant to the topic i.e. clear and concise (Maximum 6-8 lines answer).
  5. Books, websites and other reading material may be consulted before posting your comments. (Do not copy the material as it is.)
  6. No extra time will be given for discussion.
  7. You cannot participate in the discussion after the due date or through e-mail.

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Please Discuss here about this GDB.Thanks

Our main purpose here discussion not just Solution

We are here with you hands in hands to facilitate your learning and do not appreciate the idea of copying or replicating solutions.

Metrics are measurements, collections of data about project activities, resources and deliverables. Metrics can be used to help estimate projects, measure project progress and performance, and quantify product attributes.

Software metrics can be classified into three categories:

  • Product metrics (size, complexity, performance)
  • Process metrics (used to improve development and maintenance)
  • Project metrics (cost, schedule, productivity)

Sajjad Siddique thanks for sharing ur idea


M.Tariq Malik No need for Thanks. This Forum has helped me  many times.

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Dear Students Don’t wait for solution post your problems here and discuss ... after discussion a perfect solution will come in a result. So, Start it now, replies here give your comments according to your knowledge and understandings....

Can anybody please confirm that my following assumptions regarding GDB are correct.

- Answer shouldn't exceed 6-8 lines answer as  mentioned in the announcements.

- Other students can also comment on the above posted message.

- Replying back to other student's comment is mandatory

Vikz......... I did not get what are you asking. But one thing is true, that answer should not be more than 8 lines on GDB page.

The impact quality has on a company’s success is often well understood. However, companies have traditionally struggled to establish metrics that can easily represent the effectiveness of quality in the organization. The following metrics will help you provide an accurate picture to present to the executive team. It is important to understand that depending on the type of industry, geography, company size, etc., there might be additional metrics that you want to add to this list.
Metric 1: Cost of Quality
The definition of this metric is very similar to the way it sounds. It measures the cost incurred by an organization to manufacture a quality product. Further narrowing things down, these costs come from two main categories: cost of good quality and cost of poor quality. A detailed description of the metric and insights on how to measure it are available in our previous posts: Cost of Quality Definition and  Enterprise Quality Management Software – Part 2 Cost of Quality, and Cost of Poor Quality Definition.
Metric 2: Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Quality impacts many different parts of the business, so it is critical to establish a comprehensive metric that provides visibility into the most important areas of operations. The answer to this lies within calculating the OEE formula:
OEE = Availability x Efficiency x Quality
First, overall equipment effectiveness measures how often an asset is available when it should be producing product for a customer. Second, when an asset is producing product for a customer, OEE measures how close the asset is producing to its theoretical maximum. And third, for those products that are produced, OEE measures the percentage that are produced within quality specifications.
Metric 3: Percentage of Products in Compliance
This is a critical metric in regulated industries such as medical devices, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and food & beverages. Even in industries such as automotive and A&D, this metric plays a crucial role. It measures the percentage of products that are in compliance with government regulations and internal guidelines. It is often challenging for companies to keep employees up to date with the changing compliance landscape.
Additionally, compliance areas such as REACH, RoHS, WEEE impact companies differently based on the industry, which adds to the complexity of selling in a global market. This metric measures how effective your organization is in being compliant with local, national, or global policies that impact your business.
Metric 4: On time and Complete Shipments
Managing the quality of the product should not be at the expense of delaying final delivery from the plant floor. Even though on time and complete shipments as a metric sounds fairly easy to understand, there are many different ways companies measure this metric. LNS Research defines this metric as percentage of products delivered on time and complete with no errors or re-promise dates.
Metric 5: New Products Introduction (NPI)
NPI as a metric is defined as a percentage of new products introduced in the market that hit time, volume, and quality targets. New products are often introduced in the market and are a source of competitive advantage in industries such as automotive and consumer electronics. Profit growth depends not only on how successful your organization is at introducing new products into the market, but also how effective your organization is at hitting NPI targets.

Tariq bhai,

But we have to provide answer in 6-8 lines. Is it necessary to mention all metrics (as mentioned by you) that are required for effective project management?

i think we have to justify That

Only Quality control metrics for effective project management is sufficient to accommodate the need for efficient software development.


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