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2 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Objectives Explain the elements of project management and the responsibilities of a project manager Describe how the UP disciplines of business modeling and environment relate to the inception phase Describe the project management activities that are done during the inception phase Develop a project schedule using a work breakdown structure (WBS) and PERT and Gantt charts
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3 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Objectives (continued) Use Microsoft Project to build the project schedule Perform a risk analysis of potential project risks Develop a cost/benefit analysis using net present value calculations List the key deliverables and activities of the end of the inception phase Discuss three techniques for monitoring and controlling a system development project
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4 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Overview Unified Process (UP) development methodology Consists of phases, iterations, and disciplines Provides framework for project definition and execution Project management: a critical support discipline Project Management prominent in inception phase Tasks include monitoring and controlling projects
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5 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Project Management Development project artifacts (products) Development of a new software system Enhancement or upgrade of an existing system Integration of software into existing environment Projects constrained by schedule and resources Project novelty presents great challenges Different products are produced Different activities required for varying schedules Different resources are used
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6 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Project Success & Complexity Development projects produce software systems Projects are wide ranging Simple Web sites Implementation of real-time business applications Issues complicating project management Sophisticated business needs Changing technology Integrating OS, support programs, and new systems Project success rate very low: 34 percent as of 2004
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7 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Sample Criteria for Defining Rigor or Complexity of Project Controls
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8 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Project Success Factors Clear system requirements Substantial user involvement Support from upper management Thorough and detailed project plans Realistic work schedules and milestones Adequate project resources Proper execution of control processes
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9 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process The Role of the Project Manager Project manager coordinates project development Specifications in a detailed plan at project inception Activities that must take place The deliverables that must be produced Resources needed
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