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Bottom-Up estimating

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Bottom-up estimating involves the estimation of work at the lowest possible level of detail. These estimates are then aggregated in order to arrive at summary totals. By building detailed cost and time estimates for a work package, the probability of being able to meet the estimated amounts improves substantially.. Bottom-up estimates take more time to complete, but they also are more accurate than either analogous or parametric estimates.

Brainstorming

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A divergent thinking tool for idea generation on a given subject in a limited period of time. Brainstorming is typically conducted in a facilitated session or workshop environment to stimulate creative thinking, to create novel or innovative solutions to a problem, and to introduce "controlled chaos" into the thought process. It is the most widely used technique to cultivate ideas. The objective is quantity, not necessarily quality and is based on the principle that "many brains are often better than one."

Branching Logic

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Branching logic is conditional logic typically diagrammed as a tree structure with each branch being a logical result based on choices made.

Breakeven

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Breakeven is when costs and income are equal....

Breakthrough Technology Project Management

Author: Bennet Lientz, Kathryn P. Rea | ISBN: ISBN: 0124499708

How can the overall technology project management process be improved? If you have ever been involved in any type of systems and technology project in either the public or private sector for an organization large or small, this book is for you. Get guidelines that help you achieve greater success and reduce the risk of problems and failures in projects. With combined costs of failures and overruns totaling in the hundreds of billions of dollars, you can't afford not to read this book.

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