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Streamline production with fast, effective Waterfall, RUP and Agile processes. Use mixed software development strategies to meet specific project needs.
As organizations modernize to meet computing demands, they face enormous challenges when it comes the topic of retiring old applications. Consigning old applications to the backburner in favor of newer, safer, more stable, and more user-friendly systems is never as easy as it sounds. M...
New software engineering processes will drive creativity and productivity while limiting schedule and cost overruns. How to learn from history, build on previous experience and fine-tune software engineering processes.
Agile methods need only the most important metrics: the ones that tell the whole story about the project. Metrics measure the health of a project and are by far the most objective ways by which a project manager enables all project sponsors and delivery teams to see where resources a...
There is a common misconception that CMMI and Agile are polar opposites. One relies on institutionalization and documentation of processes and methodologies, while the other emphasizes interaction among workers and “working software over comprehensive documentation” (Agile Manifesto). ...
Whether you are a project manager planning for a smooth implementation of a plan or a project sponsor on whose decisions a project depends, you cannot escape from the fact that project estimation is essential to its success. In the first place, there are three basic requirements that a...
Even as modern economic activities rely heavily on sound IT strategies, many organizations fail to take advantage of the many opportunities that technology can provide. For instance, some types of can improve processes and profit margins. Clearly, there is a gap between the availabilit...