Web based projects don't always get treated like software
development projects. Why? Because creative design frequently drives them. It's important to develop your Web project using the same best practices that are used in software development projects.
Developing software is all about communicating effectively. It's important to understand requirements and document project information appropriately. These tips and more are provided in this article to help your team work together more effectively.
The starting point for Expectations Management is recognizing that we all have hopes, dreams, and fears. We all want to succeed and be appreciated. In this way, we are all the same. We all see the world differently, and those differences influence our actions, attitudes, and behavior. In this way, we are all different. This article teaches your team how to understand the client's perspective to help you successfully deliver the product they requested from your team.
Risk management is the process of identifying, addressing, and controlling potential problems before they threaten the success of a software project. This article details tips to help your team plan a successful project.
In their eagerness to embark on a new project, project teams sometimes overlook an essential aspect of their effort—building a relationship among team members, which will foster not just a successful project outcome, but also a satisfying work experience. Investing in relationship building is invariably less costly and time-consuming than recovering from the divisiveness and conflict that may result from its absence. And that's where team norms come in.
The goal of risk management is to develop information that supports informed decision-making. In this article you will: review risk management fundamentals, introduce simple quantification methods, discuss special "estimate" risks (cost & schedule), the impact integrating risk mitigation into project plans and share lessons from the real world.