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CS615 Project Managment prevalent myths in software project management

MGT615 Project Managment Solution synthesis

Project Management - What are the outputs, inputs and tools of Initiating Process

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cs615 Project Managment prevalent myths in software project management

Project Management Myths

Following are more prevalent myths in software project management.

  1. Combining the best resources with the worst resources available for a software project helps to complete the project successfully.
  2. A general statement of objectives is sufficient to begin work on the software project.
  3. Allocating extra resources to a late project allows it to catch up with the project schedule.
  4. As software by itself is flexible, you can change the requirements at any point in the software project life cycle.
  5. The management and the customer always impose an unrealistic deadline for the software project.
  6. A software project that meets all the stated objectives is a success.
  7. Software maintenance is an easy task and requires less effort than actual software development.
  8. Identifying and reporting errors during the reviews makes the software developer unhappy and spoils the work environment.
  9. Web-enabling an application or adopting client/server; architecture helps to run software projects smoothly.

MGT615 Project Managment Solution synthesis

Solution synthesis

Upon evaluating current problems and desired information (input and output), the analyst begins to synthesize one or more solutions. To begin, the data objects processing functions and behavior of the system are defined in detail. Once this information has been established, basic architectures for implementation are considered.

A client/server approach would seem to be appropriate, but does the software to support this architecture fall within the scope outlined in the Software Plan? A database management system would seem to be required, but is user/customer's need for associativity justified? The process of evaluation and synthesis continues until both analyst and customer feel confident that software can be adequately specified for subsequent development steps.

Throughout evaluation and solution synthesis, the analyst's primary focus is on "what, not "how." What data does the system produce and consume what functions the system must perform. What behaviors do the system exhibit, what interfaces, are defined and what constraints apply?

During the evaluation and solution synthesis activity, the analyst creates models of the system in an effort to better understand data and control flow, functional processing, operational behavior, and information content. The model serves as a foundation for software design and as the basis for the creation of specifications for the Software. The customer may be unsure of precisely what is required.

The developer may be unsure that a specific approach will properly accomplish function and performance. For these, and many other reasons, an alternative approach to requirements analysis, called Prototyping, may be conducted.

Project Management - What are the outputs, inputs and tools of Initiating Process

Project  Management - What are the outputs, inputs and tools of Initiating Process 

Inputs

  1. Product Description
  2. Strategic Plan
  3. Selection Criteria
  4. Historical Information

Outputs

  1. Project Charter
  2. Project Manager assignments
  3. Constraints
  4. Assumptions

Tools and Techniques

  1. Project selection methods
  2. Expert judgment

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