Management is a technique of understanding the issues, needs and controlling the use of resources, cost, time, scope and quality What is project management?

What is project management?

Table of contents

1.Abstract

2.Introduction

3.Literature Review

4.Discussion

5.Conclusion

6.References

Abstract:

Project Management System will look after the time, budget and resources involved during various phases of projects. It looks for various phases which are involved under entire development work such as analysis, system design, coding, testing and maintenance work etc. Time and budget both are important factors for any organization in existing market and for it, they have to keep catchy eye on every bit of their investment. This system will keep track of invested time on particular phases and generate reports to make future analysis and take appropriate action to settle down the problem.

OVERVIEW

Project Planning, Execution, and Budget

Project Monitoring, Control, and Closing

System Development Life Cycle

Project Management Concepts

Introduction of Project management:

What Is Management?

Management is a technique of understanding the issues, needs and controlling the use of resources, cost, time, scope and quality

What is project management?

Application of Knowledge, Technique, tools and skills to project activities in order to meet the Stakeholder needs and expectations of a project

What is project management :

The key of any project success lies in the Project planning different aspects of the projects is integrated into single plan is called project management

The key points are

1.Scope

2.Time

3.Cost

Project success formula

Scope

Time

Project

Success

Cost

Steps involved in Project management :

1.Project monitoring

2. Project control

3. Project closing

Project Monitoring :

Critical Path

Longest path of tasks through a project. Extends the length of the project with delays unless something is done to compensate. Contains critical tasks or activities.

Critical Tasks

Tasks or activities on the critical path that must be completed on schedule in order for the project to finish on time.

Noncritical tasks

Tasks or activities not on the critical path, but may go critical if delayed enough.

Project Control:

Fundamental aptitudes of venture administration Correspondence Communication assumes a noteworthy part in the undertaking achievement. On the off chance that there was a poor correspondence between the venture directors and the group that undertaking will be fizzled on the grounds that colleagues won’t have the capacity to take the necessary steps precisely.

Cost:

Money already spent on the project.

SDLC(SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE)

The traditional system development method for large IT projects, such as IT infrastructure or an enterprise system.

A structured framework that consists of a sequential set of processes.

Highly susceptible to scope creep through:

Additional feature requests

Unnecessary stakeholders

Technological change/improvement

SDLC MODELS:

Waterfall model

Spiral model

Prototype model

Iterative and incremental

Agile(Most commonly used)

SDLC Phases

1.Requirement Gathering

2.Requirement Analysis

3.Design

4.Development

5.Testing

6.production/Deployment

Requirements Gathering:

Deficiencies are identified and used to specify new system requirements.

More time invested in analysis mean greater probability of IS success.

Requirement Analysis

Design of the proposed system.

Design

Technical, Economic, Legal and Organizational, and Behavioral.

Development:

Developers will be developing the code from design phase

Testing:

The build from the development team will be sent to testing phase where testing actions will be performed

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Production/Deployment:

After the UAT testing the final sprint build will be sent to production team to deploy in the server

SDLC PROCESS:

RFP proposal KOM PMP BRS SRS FRS(Development and testing phases)

Conclusion:

According to my perspective, each undertaking will be prevailing with the great administration abilities. With the goal that each individual on the group must have essential learning of the delicate abilities.

References:

New York State Office for Technology. (2002) Management’s guide to project success. Albany, NY: NYS OFT

New York State Office for Technology. (2003) NewYork state project management guidebook, Release 2. Albany, NY: NYS OFT

Fowler M. The New Methodology, 2005

Wysocki R. K., McGarry R., Effective Project Management, Third Edition, John Wiley & Sons © 2003

Szalvay, Victor. An Introduction to Agile Software Development. Danube Technologies Inc. 2004.

Cohen, S. A Software System Development Life Cycle Model for Improved Stakeholders’ Communication and

Collaboration. Int. J. of Computers, Communications & Control. Vol. V, No. 1, pp. 20-4. 2010.

Systems Development Lifecycle: Objectives and Requirements. Bender RPT Inc. 2003.

Dyba, Tore. Empirical studies of agile software development: A systematic review. 24 January 2008.

Peterson, Kai. A Comparison of Issues and Advantages in Agile and Incremental Development between State of the

Art and an Industrial Case. Journal of System and Software. 2009.

Abrahamsson, Pekka. Agile Software Development Methods: Review an

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