C-SOF501 Final Project Gansukh - Running Head Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management Stratford

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Running Head: Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management July 17, 2017 Stratford University
Running Head: Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management 2 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS 1. Section I. .................................................................................................................... Introduction 3 2. Section II. ................................................................................................................. Methodology 4 3. 2.1. ........... Review traditional project management framework for IT project management. 4 4. 2.2.Paraphrase the process groups and knowledge areas in traditional project management 6 5. 2.3. ....... Analyze problems with sequential software development methods and how Agile frameworks can solve those issues ...................................................................................... 9 6. 2.4. .... Examine estimation methods for time, scope and cost (triple constraints) in project management ....................................................................................................................... 12 7. 2.4.1. PERT ........................................................................................................................ 12 8. 2.4.2. CPM ......................................................................................................................... 13 9. 2.5. .................. Analyze the Agile SCRUM framework and the structure of SCRUM teams. 14 10. 2.6. ........ Assess best practices for managing an Agile based software development and its relation with traditional project management .................................................................... 16 11. 2.7. ........................... Formulate product backlog, and quality assurance plan using SCRUM 18 12. 2.8. Develop and explain the deliverables of an IT project using agile SCRUM framework 18 13. Section III. ....................... Project Completion Report for "Wishing Tree Day Care System" 19 14. 3.1. .......................................................................................................................... Project Profile 19 15. 3.2. ........................................................................................................ Overall Project Analysis. 20 16.
Running Head: Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management 3 Section I. Introduction The purpose of this document is to compile a report that shows the plan, execution, risk management, care of stakeholders, and quality control of a project, using all the theoretical knowledge and templates that have been used throughout the duration of the nine week Project management class. This document describes the theoretical groundwork for different project management methodologies and the methodology used for the example project, the Agile Scrum framework. Also, this document includes Project completion report and analysis for the example Project.
Running Head: Final Project for SOF 501 Project Management 4 Section II. Methodology This section provides the theoretical groundwork for the project based on the traditional vs. modern IT project management methodologies and best practices. II.1. Review traditional project management framework for IT project management. Regardless of the industry, correct management of a project is the key to its success. In fact, projects are usually 2.5 times more successful when proven project management practices are used (PMI, 2016). Specially for IT projects to succeed right project management approach is vital, as being an integral part of software engineering process along with the business analysis and requirement specification, design, programming and testing. PMBOK defines traditional project management as 'a set of techniques and tools that can be applied to an activity that seeks an end product, outcomes or a service' (PMI, 2013). Often called linear, traditional project management includes a number of internal phases which are sequential and executed in a chronological order. The highlight traditional project management is conducting detailed upfront planning for the project with emphasis on fixing the scope, cost and schedule - and managing those parameters. Therefore, there is little or no room for change once

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