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It’s not just failures; it’s the reasons why projects and programs are still failing. PMO (Project Management Office) and program/project managers have the responsibility for the coordination and the team’s execution of the master plans, resource management to accomplish the tasks, and meeting the milestones with quality products or documents that meet or exceed the requirements of [...]

At a conference, I heard a young developer shout out about component development and how this development activity has improved application development. It was good to hear the enthusiasm and passion this young developer had but as he was quickly told that component develop is not new but introduced to guide more of the application development process [...]

Unclear Development Processes and Methodologies

by E.R. Williams

There are many methodologies for IT development and implementation projects (hundreds, because many companies have their own “flavor” of a methodology or two, and maybe several) but they all should have/contain basic processes/activities: feasibility/initiation; planning; requirements analysis; design (Architecture/Detail Design); implementation/construction/build/test (unit, integration, functional\\(capability/qualification; system test (stress, functional, performance, volume, etc.); user acceptance test; operational [...]

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“The process to find another job has taken longer than I anticipated. I have almost terminated or stopped my search efforts.”

by E.R. Williams

We have all been there before but when you go through it, it becomes a very personal thing. One thing I do know, you can’t give up on your search activities. Your positive efforts, no matter when or how long it takes through these times, will prepare you to take that next positive step forward. [...]

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Quality Management Beyond Project Close Out

by E.R. Williams

There seems to be different definitions applied to quality and that is understood because each project is different and the requirements for a product can be, and usually is, different, but the process to develop and manage a project and product have basic elements/properties and common processes. Although some of the processes/activities stop after project [...]

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