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Software Management

ISBN-10: 0471775622
ISBN-13: 9780471775621
Edition: 7th 2006 (Revised)
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Description: Providing pointers to the current issues, challenges and experiences that face software project managers today, this text demonstrates the skills that software executives and corporate officers need to develop in order to improve their ability to  More...

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Book details

List price: $111.95
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Publication date: 8/30/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 568
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.838
Language: English

Providing pointers to the current issues, challenges and experiences that face software project managers today, this text demonstrates the skills that software executives and corporate officers need to develop in order to improve their ability to deliver high quality products on time and within budget.

Donald J. Reifer is a leading figure in the fields of software engineering and software management, with more than 40 years of experience in industry, government, and academia. A successful entrepreneur, software consultant, author, and teacher, Reifer has facilitated software improvements for numerous Fortune 500 firms and government agencies, and has published seven books and 100+ software engineering/management papers.

Foreword��
Preface�
Introduction
Software Management's Seven Deadly Sins
Principles of Software Engineering Project Management
The "3 P's" of Software Management
Why Big Software Projects Fail: The 12 Key Questions
Critical Success Factor in Software Projects
Life Cycle Models
A Spiral Model of Software Development and Enhancement
Bridging Agile and Traditional Methods
Coping with the New Paradigms
Process Improvement
Successful Process Implementation
The Definitive Paper: Quantifying the Benefits of Software Process Improvement
Process Improvenlent for Small Organizations
The Clash of Two Cultures: Project Versus Process Management
Project Management
The Mythical Man-Month After 20 Years Frederick P.�Brooks Jr)
Traditional Software Management Approaches
In-House Software Development: What Project Management Practices Lead to Success?
The Nine Deadly Sins of Project Planning�
Planning Fundamentals2 1 Project Management Success Tips
Requirements Management: The Search for Nirvana�
Requirements Engineering as a Success Factor in Software Projects
The Secrets of Planning Success
The Slacker's Guide to Project Tracking�
Software EstimatingSoftware Project Estimation: An Overview
Software Engineering Economics�
Web Development: Estimating Quick-to-Market Software
Software Size Estimation of Object-Oriented Systems
Organizing for Success
Staffing and Organization in the Engineering of Systems
The Core Competence of the Corporation
Survival Patterns in Fast-Moving Software Organizations
Staffing Essentials
Fear of Trying: The Plight of Rookie Project Managers
Coaching the Rookie Manager
Training Developers in Critical Skills�
Ten Lessons Learned from Implementing Integrated Product Teams
The Softer Side of Project Management&#16

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