About: Project planning is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 10108 publications have been published within this topic receiving 172421 citations.
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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors propose a new framework to consider success criteria, The Square Route, for IS-IT project management, which is based on the concept of stakeholder benefits against which projects can be assessed.
01 Jan 1994
TL;DR: Measurement is a mechanism for creating a corporate memory and an aid in answering a variety of questions associated with the enactment of any software process.
Abstract: As with any engineering discipline, software development requires a measurement mechanism for feedback and evaluation. Measurement is a mechanism for creating a corporate memory and an aid in answering a variety of questions associated with the enactment of any software process. It helps support project planning (e.g., How much will a new project cost?); it allows us to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the current processes and products (e.g., What is the frequency of certain types of errors?); it provides a rationale for adopting/refining techniques (e.g., What is the impact of the technique XX on the productivity of the projects?); it allows us to evaluate the quality of specific processes and products (e.g., What is the defect density in a specific system after deployment?). Measurement also helps, during the course of a project, to assess its progress, to take corrective action based on this assessment, and to evaluate the impact of such action.
01 Feb 1985
TL;DR: Projects in Contemporary Organization as discussed by the authors is a collection of projects in contemporary organization, where the project manager is the project coordinator and the project budget is budgeted and cost estimations are made.
Abstract: Projects in Contemporary Organization. PROJECT INITIATION. Strategic Management and Project Selection. The Project Manager. Project Organization. Project Planning. Conflict and Negotiation. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION. Budgeting and Cost Estimation. Scheduling. Resource Allocation. Monitoring and Information Systems. Project Control. PROJECT TERMINATION. Project Auditing. Project Termination. Epilogue. Photo Credits. Name Index. Subject Index.
01 Jan 1980
TL;DR: Backdrop: The science of Scrum New management responsibilities The ScrumMaster Bringing order from chaos The product owner Planning a Scrum project Project reporting The team Scaling projects using Scrum
Abstract: Backdrop: The science of Scrum New management responsibilities The ScrumMaster Bringing order from chaos The product owner Planning a Scrum project Project reporting The team Scaling projects using Scrum
TL;DR: In this article, a multidimensional framework for assessing project success is presented, showing how different dimensions mean different things to different stakeholders at different times and for different projects, and how these dimensions should be addressed during the project's definition, planning, and execution phases.
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