Index_R


R

rapid development, 220–244

classic mistakes in, 228–231

and dimensions of development speed, 221–222

light methodologies for, 239–243

people dimension in, 223–226

process dimension in, 222–223

product dimension in, 226–227

risk management with, 235–236

schedule-oriented practices in, 236

scheduling risk-oriented practices in, 237, 238

speed-oriented practices in, 236–238

strategies for, 228–239

technology dimension in, 227

visibility-oriented practices in, 239

red team review, 146

requests for proposals (RFPs), 82

requirements, 12–13, 43–44, 74–98

allocating functions/subfunctions to, 187–188

and bid decisions, 90–93

capturing, 94–96

as constraints, 78–79

cross-referencing matrix for, 96–97

determination of, 129

functional, 76, 195

identification of, 44, 89–97

matching resources to, 144–145, 186

need for, 75–76

nonfunctional, 77–78

and special customer conditions, 93–94

statements of work as, 82–89

systems, 196

written, 80–82

requirements analysis, 185–187

research phase, 40

resources

across multiple projects, 147–149

dedicated, 4

estimating needs for, 44–46

matching requirements to, 144–145, 186

negotiating for, 132

reassignment of, 69–70

requirements for, in project plan, 137

review, project plan, 149

RFPs (requests for proposals), 82

risk/contingency plan analysis matrix, 140, 141

risk management, 152–182

assumption analysis in, 163

checklists for, 161, 163

controlling risk in, 180

decision trees in, 174–177

and definition of risk, 153

documenting/archiving risk history in, 180–181

filtering of risks in, 164–166

identifying/assessing risks in, 161, 162

plan for, 158–160

PMI model for, 154–155

prioritizing risk in, 164, 166–168

qualifying risks in, 163

quantifying risks in, 168–173

with rapid development, 235–236

risk planning in, 155–158

risk response strategies in, 177–179

tracking risk response in, 179

and types of risks, 153–154

risk management plan, 143, 158–160

risk-oriented practices, 237, 238

risk(s), 152, 153

business, 153

feasibility study identification of, 50

identification of, 162

insurable (pure), 154

potential, in project plan, 139–141

and subsystem testing, 21–22

triggers of, 235

see also risk management




Managing Information Technology Projects
Managing Information Technology Projects: Applying Project Management Strategies to Software, Hardware, and Integration Initiatives
ISBN: 0814408117
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 129
Authors: James Taylor

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