Quality Assurance and Project Management:

June 30th, 2012

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June 30, 2012  11:59 PM

Change in Priorities Are Boon For One But Bane For Another Project



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project management, Software Project

1. Change in priorities are always a big hurdle in a project 2. Change is not always good 3. Change does not always brings in good 4. Change is good to avoid at times 5. Change in priorities will boost one project but at the cost of many other ongoing ones

June 30, 2012  11:52 PM

Frequent Interruptions In Project Mar Its Charm



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project management, Software Project

Any project if goes well and ends well keeps drawing stakeholder’s attention during its lifecycle. This attention drawing goes all in positive manner, cheering teams, glorifying moments of milestones’ achievements, project completion etc. It might go other way round also in a way that it does...


June 30, 2012  11:20 PM

3 Unavoidable Factors Responsible For Change In Requirements



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project constraint, Project Development, Project Lifecycle, Project Management Methodology, project requirement, project stakeholder, Software Project, software quality

Change in requirements does happen frequently or infrequently depending on the acceptability level of development team. It also depends on how tightly activities are planned and milestones are being monitored. At times there are certain changes that come right in the middle of a project but shake...


June 30, 2012  10:46 PM

5 Negative Factors Responsible For Frequent Change In Requirements



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Project Lifecycle, project management evaluation checklist, project manager, software development, Software Project, software quality

Change in requirements is not an unknown phenomenon in any kind of project. In software development it is rather happens more frequently. The adaptability of asking for such changes from customer end and accepting such changes at vendor end is quite higher and syncs well to such an...


June 30, 2012  10:15 PM

5 Factors That Drive A Developer To Create Bugs While Development



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
developer, Project Lifecycle, project manager, software, software development, Software Project, software quality

Developers are probably most creative group of people who keep themselves engaged in creating code all the time. Since perfection and human beings are some steps apart in whatsoever is done by human beings, there always is an urge found to strive for perfection. This is what makes them good...


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