Podcast

Realistic Actionable Schedules 03/01/2010

Length: 1h 2m 50s
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Description:

Some software professionals have defined project failure as not just outright cancellation, but even a completed project that ends twenty-five percent or more past the scheduled end date. All too often, though, originally estimated project end dates are based on schedules that are impractical, dishonest, or unclear. When creating schedules, we need to go beyond thinking about activities performed by teams of people over periods of days or weeks, and instead consider the constituent tasks, the underlying dependencies between them, and the risks to the completion of those tasks. In this webinar, Rex discusses some common problems encountered when scheduling test efforts on various system development projects, and explains practical techniques that every manager can apply right away to resolve these problems.

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Category: Estimation


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