Managing Information Technology Projects
Course Technology, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 386 pages
With Quality Information Systems, Fatemeh Zahedi cuts through the haze and hype too often found in generic texts on quality. With the precision, thoroughness, and impeccable qualitative orientation demanded from today's information systems professionals, Dr. Zahedi explains quality concepts, how to design them into systems, and how to measure their effectiveness, from inside the ever-more complex and competitive real-world of decision information systems.
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1 The Nature of Projects
Project versus Ordinary Management
The Big Picture
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30 mins achieve activities allow analysis application approach Breakdown Structure budget calculated chapter client COBOL complete components configuration management cost data model database defined Definition deliverables delivered dependencies detail determine documentation duration effort ensure estimates example factors feasibility Function Point Gantt chart goals Handover Trust hardware I.T. projects identify implementation individual input installation involved Low=l maintenance measure methodology motivation MyWay Organizer normally output overall package percent performance performance appraisal personal computer phase problems Product Structure Model productivity Project Lifecycle project manager project plan project team Prototype Quality Assurance relationships responsible risk schedule SDLC shown in figure skills specification staff standard Statistical Process Control system development Systems Development Lifecycle tasks team members Technical Environment techniques testing types Waterfall Model Wideband Delphi