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Defining and measuring software quality attributes is critical to the success of any distributed application, and performance is no exception. Distributed applications must demonstrate performance in order to assure immediacy. Use this project plan to stay on top of your Performance Testing.
Using a functional (line) organization to complete a project is one (possibly quite advantageous) way of getting things done. But since all things in life are a trade-off, expect plenty of disadvantages, too.
In a pure-project structure, a project team is put together to accomplish the project’s goals. This has distinct advantages and disadvantages, as this presentation shows.
Archive project documentation and source code so future project managers don’t have to reinvent the wheel!
Imagine managing multiple authority-responsibility-accountability relationships within your project organization. Welcome to the matrix!
Stay on top of your Sales Force Automation implementation with this project plan.
If you don’t have any good metrics on which to base your estimates, what do you do? Reading tea leaves or dissecting the entrails of dead chickens won't cut it. This presentation will explain sound estimating techniques that really work.
Need help developing an IT strategic plan for an organization? Look no further than this project plan.
Now that project management has gone global, how do you manage a geographically dispersed project management team without going crazy?