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Iterative Project Management Chapter 3.2 – The Unified Process Modified considerably by Instructor Class Discussions / Presentations
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© 2005 Ivar Jacobson International 2 Iterative Project Management / 02 - Controlling an Iterative Project Objectives – Major sections: The Unified Process Phases The UP provides a control framework for establishing objectives for iterations and to allow objective assessment of progress.
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© 2005 Ivar Jacobson International 3 Iterative Project Management / 02 - Controlling an Iterative Project The Unified Process as a Management Framework Each phase in the software development life cycle (sequential) ends in the achievement of a major milestone for planning and control. Business Modeling Configuration …
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© 2005 Ivar Jacobson International 4 Iterative Project Management / 02 - Controlling an Iterative Project The Inception Phase The goals of the Inception Phase: Identify and mitigate business, project, and funding risks. Assess the viability of the project, both technically and financially. Agree to the scope and objectives of the project. Form an overall plan for moving ahead. Main focus is on mitigating risk . Team explores benefits and costs of project so as to support a go / no-go decision to proceed. At end, stakeholders must agree project is feasible, business case is indeed achievable, project is viable and worth doing, and time and cost estimates are credible. Milestone: Lifecycle Objectives (LCO) Project Viability Agreed
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© 2005 Ivar Jacobson International 5 Iterative Project Management / 02 - Controlling an Iterative Project The Elaboration Phase The goals of the Elaboration Phase: Bring architectural and technical risks under control. Establish and demonstrate a sound architectural foundation. Establish a credible plan for the further development of the product To stabilize the requirements Here, we must ‘prove’ the architecture’ What does this mean to you?? Discuss!! What is all this architecture stuff all about???? Must verify that the architecture will support the solution and eliminate the project’s highest risk items. At end, project manager may now plan activities and estimate required resources for the project. Risks are under control and architecture is stabilized (not frozen). Milestone: Lifecycle Architecture (LCA) Selected Approach Proven
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© 2005 Ivar Jacobson International 6 Iterative Project Management / 02 - Controlling an Iterative Project The Construction Phase The goals of the Construction Phase: Bring logistical risks under control. Logistical Risks?? Develop the solution. Ensure that the solution is ready for delivery to its user community.
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Chapter3.2.rr - Iterative Project Management Chapter 3.2 The Unified Process Modified considerably by Instructor Class Discussions Presentations

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