through Risk Analysis Smith Bohner McCrickard 2005 PLUS at least three other

Through risk analysis smith bohner mccrickard 2005

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through Risk Analysis” (Smith, Bohner & McCrickard, 2005) PLUS at least three other relevant articles and answer the following questions: 1. Explain in detail all aspects of what is entailed in project risk and project risk management in relation to software projects [40 marks]. 2. Discuss the risk management model that is presented in this article [20 marks]. 3. TeamSCOPE is an example of collaborative system for managing distributed project teams. Explain how LINK-UP differs from TeamSCOPE [10 marks].
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1/16/2020 myModules : INF4825-19-Y1 : Learning Units ; 2/2 Smith, Bohner and McCrickard (2005), state that “In the context of a design project, knowledge can be related to the product being designed or to the process by which the design team accomplishes its goals.”, and that “Successful knowledge reuse relies on the appropriate definition of both product and process -related knowledge as well as an analysis of how the two types of knowledge can be juxtaposed to improve the design process” (Smith, Bohner & McCrickard, 2005: 302). 4. Explain the “re-use” paradigm in the context of IT projects [10 marks]. 5. Differentiate between product versus process-related knowledge in software project management [20 marks]. Note: Adequate referencing is required for articles used to support your answers. Prev | Table Of Contents | Next Gateway Mobile View The Sakai Project University of South Africa Powered by Sakai Copyright 2003-2018 The Sakai Foundation. All rights reserved. Portions of Sakai are copyrighted by other parties as described in the Acknowledgments screen.
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