This article proposes a framework where software engineers and project managers can quantitatively manage software projects to improve the software development process applying Six Sigma in conjunction with the Personal Software Process (PSP) and Team Software Process (TSP).
Project Management for Software Development
In this interview of James W. Over by Grady Booch, they about the evolution and future of the software development process, a common failure of most startups, and learning about Watts Humphrey’s outrageous commitment.
Concrete barriers to Scrum adoption are inevitable. Test cycles will not magically shrink without effort. Most of the challenges in Scrum adoption are not technical, but social.
This article explains the usage of Earned Value Management (EVM) in software development projects. EVM is simply a way of calculating two pieces of data for a project: schedule performance and called cost performance.
This video explains the importance and usage of a stakeholder analysis in project management.
This video explores the interlocking roles in Agile software development projects: Agile Coach, Product Owner and Agile Manager.
Mistaken beliefs about teamwork that can sidetrack productive collaboration. This blog post from J. Richard Hackman presents six common teamwork misperceptions.
In this video, Cisco CEO John Chambers explains how abandoning command-and-control leadership has enabled the company to innovate more quickly, using collaboration and teamwork.