Quality Assurance and Project Management

Jan 14 2009   10:10AM GMT

Digging the 10 precious ‘Experience’ Treasures

Jaideep Khanduja Jaideep Khanduja Profile: Jaideep Khanduja

Past is not to be buried. It contains a treasure called EXPERIENCE. In software development this treasure is of ample importance for acquiring skills required to handle the unwarranted turns and twists during the development (and implementation) period.
What we can learn from the past is the hiccups that caused delays and stoppages in a development project. We can use that learning as a tool to tackle the problems occurred during the project life cycle. The learning could be in the form of:
1. Handling customer
2. Freezing customer requirements
3. Preparation of documents
4. Selection of a project manager
5. Development Team formation
6. Key users committee formation at customer end
7. Management committee formation at customer and development end
8. Team coordination
9. Tester’s involvement in the development
10. Choosing a right methodology for project management

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