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Ch18 - Recall The Team Skills Analyzing the Problem(with 5...

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Recall The Team Skills 1. Analyzing the Problem (with 5 steps) 2. Understanding User and Stakeholder Needs 3. Defining the System A Use Case Primer Organizing Requirements Information The Vision Document 1. Managing Scope 2. Refining the System Definition 3. Building the Right System
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Team Skill 4: Managing scope Ch 18: Establishing project scope Ch 19: Managing your customer
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Chapter 18 Establishing Project Scope Project scope problem The Requirements Baseline Setting Priorities Assessing Effort Adding the Risk Element Reducing Scope
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The Problem of Project Scope Project scope ( complexity ) depends on: The functionality that has to meet the user's needs The resources available to the project The time available for the implementation Project scope derives from the following elements. Resources consisting of the labor: developers, testers, tech writers, quality assurance personnel, and others. Time is perhaps a "soft" boundary that is subject to change if the available resources are inadequate to achieve the desired functionality.
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The Problem of Project Scope If the effort required to implement the system features is equal to the resources available during the scheduled time , the project has an achievable scope , and we have no problem .
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