Quality Assurance and Project Management:

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March 6, 2010  9:00 AM

Seven Steps for Risk Management People Management and Project Management



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
high risk, people management, process, project management, Risk analysis, Risk Management, risk mitigation, Software Project

Any project, small or big, is bound to have risks. Risks perceived can be managed well as an advanced risk management plan can be prepared with the ways to mitigate the risk. Risks that are not perceived during the risk management plan are bound to create chaos and unplanned...

April 8, 2009  10:18 AM

10 stages of Risk in software application development and testing



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application testing, impact analysis, risk, Risk analysis, risk assessment, risk classification, risk closure, risk identification, risk perception, Risk Plan, risk plan analysis, risk plan execution, Software application, software development, software testing

A risk is a bigger than its size if it is not identified well in advance. An identified risk is as risky as unidentified if its assessment is not done. Risk assessment is useless if there is no impact analysis. Impact analysis has no worth if its countermeasure is not identified. Let us...


April 2, 2009  10:06 AM

Different Software Applications have different set of Risks involved



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application availability, bank application, high risk, low risk, medium risk, risk, Risk analysis, risk impact, Software application, software availability, software requirement, software usage, software user volume, vulnerability

Any activity is never without risk involved in it. Risk could be classified in different categories like - low, medium or high depending on its impact, software’s requirements and purpose, software usage, and software user volume. Accordingly the risks are identified or rather perceived. Their...


March 9, 2009  10:28 AM

20 points for organizational self evaluation to check where it stands in Software Project Management



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
1. organizational self evaluation, Code repository, continuous improvement, customer expectations, customer feedback, customer request, empowerment, innovation process, off-site project, on-site project, organizational goals, post implementation, process integration, product release, project implementation, project management evaluation checklist, Project Management Methodology, project manager, project metrics, project overrun, project team, Risk analysis, Risk Plan, roles and responsibilities, software bug, software development, software implementation, software project management, software testing, test case repository

  • 1. Does a formal Project Management Methodology exist in your organization? 2. Are you using some metrics to check if this is the right methodology? 3. What is the degree of improvement required in your current methodology to meet your customer expectations? 4. What are your...


  • February 23, 2009  10:43 AM

    Top 15 Pain Areas in a Software Project Lifecycle



    Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
    approach and deliverables, customer requirements, Customer requirements understanding, documentation, Learning from Past, Measurement of Overrun, Methodology and Standards, methods, pain areas of a software project, Post implementation support, Project Repository, Project Status review, Quality – man, Risk analysis, Role clarity, software metrics, Software Project, Software Project Lifecycle, software project management, Team building, Version Control

    Following are the top 15 pain areas of a software project. All points listed below appear somewhere or the other in a software project lifecycle. The ratio of pain from a particular below listed item may vary from project to project within an organization, and also from...


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