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Manage It!: Your Guide to Modern, Pragmatic Project Management

   
지은이 Johanna Rothman   |   출판사 Pragmatic Bookshelf  |   발행일 2007년 06월 17일   |   언어 : English
 
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ISBN 0978739248 |  9780978739249
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    Book Description
    This book is a reality-based guide for modern projects. You'll learn how to recognize your project's potholes and ruts, and determine the best way to fix problems - without causing more problems.
    Your project can't fail. That's a lot of pressure on you, and yet you don't want to buy into any one specific process, methodology, or lifecycle.

    Your project is different. It doesn't fit into those neat descriptions.

    Successful Project Management will show you how to beg, borrow, and steal from the best methodologies to fit your particular project. It will help you find what works best for you and not for some mythological project that doesn't even exist.

    Before you know it, your project will be on track and headed to a successful conclusion.
    Table of Contents

    Foreword xv
    Preface xvii
    Starting a Project 1
    Define Projects and Project Managers 1
    Manage Your Drivers, Constraints, and Floats 3
    Discuss Your Project Constraints with Your Client or Sponsor 6
    Decide on a Driver for Your Project 7
    Manage Sponsors Who Want to Overconstrain Your Project 9
    Write a Project Charter to Share These Decisions 11
    Know What Quality Means for Your Project 14
    Planning the Project 17
    Start the Wheels Turning 17
    Plan Just Enough to Start 18
    Develop a Project Plan Template 19
    Define Release Criteria 26
    Use Release Criteria 31
    Using Life Cycles to Design Your Project 35
    Understanding Project Life Cycles 35
    Overview of Life Cycles 36
    Seeing Feedback in the Project 40
    Larger Projects Might Have Multiple Combinations of Life Cycles 41
    Managing Architectural Risk 45
    Paddling Your Way Out of a Waterfall 47
    My Favorite Life Cycles 48
    Scheduling the Project 49
    Pragmatic Approaches toProject Scheduling 49
    Select from These Scheduling Techniques 51
    Start Scheduling with a Low-Tech Tool 54
    Estimating the Work 63
    Pragmatic Approaches to Project Estimation 63
    Milestones Define Your Project's Chunks 76
    How Little Can You Do? 78
    Estimating with Multitasking 78
    Scheduling People to Multitask by Design 79
    Using Rolling-Wave Scheduling 80
    Deciding on an Iteration Duration 81
    Estimating Using Inch-Pebbles Wherever Possible 83
    Recognizing and Avoiding Schedule Games 87
    Bring Me a Rock 87
    Hope Is Our Most Important Strategy 90
    Queen of Denial 92
    Sweep Under the Rug 95
    Happy Date 97
    Pants on Fire 99
    Split Focus 101
    Schedule Equals Commitment 103
    We'll Know Where We Are When We Get There 105
    The Schedule Tool Is Always Right 107
    We Gotta Have It; We're Toast Without It 110
    We Can't Say No 112
    Schedule Chicken 114
    90% Done 115
    We'll Go Faster Now 117
    Schedule Trance 119
    Creating a Great Project Team 121
    Recruit the People You Need 121
    Help the Team Jell 123
    Make Your Organization Work for You 126
    Know How Large a Team You Need 129
    Know When to Add More People 131
    Become a Great Project Manager 131
    Know When It's Time to Leave 134
    Steering the Project 143
    Steer the Project with Rhythm 143
    Conduct Interim Retrospectives 144
    Rank the Requirements 145
    Timebox Requirements Work 148
    Timebox Iterations to Four or Fewer Weeks 151
    Use Rolling-Wave Planning and Scheduling 152
    Create a Cross-Functional Project Team 155
    Select a Life Cycle Based on Your Project's Risks 156
    Keep Reasonable Work Hours 157
    Use Inch-Pebbles 158
    Manage Interruptions 159
    Manage Defects Starting at the Beginning of the Project 161
    Maintaining Project Rhythm 167
    Adopt or Adapt Continuous Integration for Your Project 167
    Create Automated Smoke Tests for the Build 169
    Implement by Feature, Not by Architecture 170
    Get Multiple Sets of Eyes on Work Products 175
    Plan to Refactor 176
    Utilize Use Cases, User Stories, Personas, and Scenarios to Define Requirements 178
    Separate GUI Design from Requirements 179
    Use Low-Fidelity Prototyping as Long as Possible 180
    Managing Meetings 183
    Cancel These Meetings 183
    Conduct These Types of Meetings 186
    Project Kickoff Meetings 187
    Release Planning Meetings 187
    Status Meetings 188
    Reporting Status to Management 193
    Project Team Meetings 194
    Iteration Review Meetings 195
    Troubleshooting Meetings 195
    Manage Conference Calls with Remote Teams 197
    Creating and Using a Project Dashboard 201
    Measurements Can Be Dangerous 201
    Measure Progress Toward Project Completion 204
    Develop a Project Dashboard for Sponsors 227
    Use a Project Weather Report 230
    Managing Multisite Projects 235
    What Does a Question Cost You? 236
    Identify Your Project's Cultural Differences 237
    Build Trust Among the Teams 238
    Use Complementary Practices on a Team-by-Team Basis 241
    Look for Potential Multisite Project and Multicultural Problems 249
    Avoid These Mistakes When Outsourcing 251
    Integrating Testing into the Project 255
    Start People with a Mind-Set Toward Reducing Technical Debt 255
    Reduce Risks with Small Tests 256
    TDD Is the Easiest Way to Integrate Testing into Your Project 257
    Use a Wide Variety of Testing Techniques 260
    Define Every Team Member's Testing Role 263
    What's the Right Developer-to-Tester Ratio? 267
    Make the Testing Concurrent with Development 273
    Define a Test Strategy for Your Project 273
    System Test Strategy Template 274
    There's a Difference Between QA and Test 276
    Managing Programs 279
    When Your Project Is a Program 279
    Organizing Multiple Related Projects into One Release 280
    Organizing Multiple Related Projects Over Time 282
    Managing Project Managers 285
    Creating a Program Dashboard 287
    Completing a Project 289
    Managing Requests for Early Release 289
    Managing Beta Releases 290
    When You Know You Can't Meet the Release Date 291
    Shepherding the Project to Completion 299
    Canceling a Project 303
    Managing the Project Portfolio 307
    Build the Portfolio of All Projects 307
    Evaluate the Projects 309
    Decide Which Projects to Fund Now 310
    Rank-Order the Portfolio 310
    Start Projects Faster 311
    Manage the Demand for New Features with a Product Backlog 313
    Troubleshoot Portfolio Management 315
    More Detailed Information About Life Cycles 323
    Serial Life Cycle: Waterfall or Phase-Gate 323
    Iterative Life Cycle: Spiral, Evolutionary Prototyping, Unified Process 327
    Incremental Life Cycle: Staged Delivery, Design to Schedule 330
    Agile Life Cycles 331
    Glossary of Terms 335
    Bibliography 337
    Index 343
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