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June 10, 2009  10:00 AM

Ten Reasons of getting into pitfall of leaving a scope of software development at customer site



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business analysis, business analyst, business requirement study, change management, developer, implementation phase, implementer, key user, project director, project management, project manager, project organization, project phase, project sponsor, requirement analysis, requirement gathering, Software Project, technical lead

In the previous post we learnt what all could a software project could lead to in presence of higher scope of software development at customer site during implementation phase. Let us see what all factors are responsible of insufficient requirement gathering during business study phase of a...

May 20, 2009  10:00 AM

Customer’s role in business study and requirement gathering phase of a software project



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business study, customer, project agreement, project benefit, project director, project meeting, project review, project role, project sponsor, project stages, requirement gathering, software benefit, software development, Software Project, Software vendor, top management

Usually it is the customer top level person who is project sponsor for a software development project, be it in-house or from a software development vendor. A Project Sponsor may presume that his/her roles during the project would be – sign agreement and papers, assign roles down the line for the...


April 10, 2009  9:59 AM

Application developed, tested and built well does not ensure successful implementation



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Application development, application implementation, application readiness, post implementation, project director, project management, project manager, project sponsor, project vision, software development, software implementation, software project manager, software testing, stakeholder, successful implementation

It is not only the project manager but all stakeholders who get affected by the project over-run or failure. It could happen due to any reasons. One of the major reasons that have emerged is the lack of vision of the project manager, project sponsors, project directors and other stakeholders to...


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