cs427-07 - Planning Nobody plans to fail They just fail to...

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1 Planning Nobody plans to fail. They just fail to plan.
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CS427 7-2 Who plans? Managers Developers In XP, planning is a cooperative game  between the customer and the developers
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CS427 7-3 Management Decides what to build  product scope and requirements Gets and organizes people Selects process Plans project Evaluates progress Leaders vs. managers
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CS427 7-4 Manager vs. architect Manager Pizza Evaluation New computers Top management Builds team Schedules Architect Requirements Client-server vs.  web-based Design reviews Tough technical  decisions
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CS427 7-5 Planning How much will it cost? How long will it take? How many people will it take? What kind of people will it take? What might go wrong? What can we do to minimize chance of  failure?
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CS427 7-6 Examples How much would we save if we used  Crystal Reports to generate our reports? How much would we save if we  outsourced the project to Smith Brothers  Software?
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CS427 7-7 Planning Scoping - understand problem and the  work that must be done Estimation - time and effort Risk - what can go wrong?  What can we  do about it? Schedule - resources and milestones Control strategy - how can we tell when  things are going wrong?
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CS427 7-8 Planning is easy Figure out all the tasks Figure out how long each task will take Figure out who can do the work Assign workers to tasks to produce  shortest schedule
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CS427 7-9 Planning is hard Tasks Depends on requirements, design Meetings, emergencies, learning, helping  others Estimation Compare with past Improves with practice Simple tasks easier to estimate than complex
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CS427 7-10 Principles of planning
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