Project Management with the IBM Rational Unified Process: Lessons From The Trenches - page 152



Index


[A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W]

IBM Rational ClearQuest 2nd
IBM Rational partnerships
IBM Rational Project Console
identifying
     political risks
     stakeholders
     technical risks
implementation plans
     background
     finding
     presenting
     recommendations
"in-house" tools
     advantages of
     disadvantages of
Inception phase
     Business Analysis Models
     Business Cases
     communication
     development process
     functional prototypes
     goals of 2nd 3rd
     Iteration Plans
     project glossaries
     project vision
    project Web sites
         advantages of
         best practices
         common problems
         content of
         team management tips
     risk lists
     Risk Management Plans
     SDPs (Software Development Plans)
     software development environment
     Use Case Models
     Vision Statements
Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V)
installation scripts
insufficient use cases
intellectual property laws
internal project champions
IOC, deploying
IT managers
IT resources, colocated contractors
Iteration Assessments
Iteration Plans 2nd
iterations
     assessing results of
     demonstrating results of
     executables produced by
     goals of
     integrating change requests into
     Iteration Assessments
     Iteration Plans 2nd
     length of
    planning
         baselines
         content
         goals 2nd
         length 2nd
         releases
         staff considerations
         time considerations
     testing 2nd 3rd
         advantages
         best practices
         change management needs
         common mistakes
         configuration management needs
         feedback
         functional testing
         goals of
         Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V)
         ineffective third-party testing
         little or no performance/load/stress testing
         performance/stress testing
         pipelining
         reliability testing
         relying on developers
         requirements management needs
         resources and defect discovery rates
         staffing 2nd
         succumbing to pressure
         third-party testing
         unit testing
         usability testing
iteratively demonstrating value
IV&V (Independent Validation and Verification)