All too often, IT project managers are turned loose on today's high-intensity, Internet-time e-business projects with only two words of training: "Good luck!" They may know the basics of project scheduling, planning, hiring, and firing, but they desperately need to understand the unique issues that make high-intensity Internet development so challenging. Managing High-Intensity Internet Projects is the fast-paced, "just the facts" guide these managers need. This concise, rapid-fire guide identifies the pitfalls, and presents actionable solutions for every stage of the development lifecycle. Legendary IT leader Ed Yourdon systematically addresses virtually every key challenge associated with managing high-intensity Internet development. Coverage includes: managing the difficult negotiations and unique politics of Internet projects; transforming business processes associated with the project; developing successful e-business strategies; managing risk; identifying tools and technologies; and much more. Along the way, Yourdon offers practical solutions for establishing requirements, managing design and coding, performing rapid and effective tests; monitoring progress; and much more. For every developer and manager involved in Internet, e-commerce, or mobile application development.
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The rapid-fire guide to managing high-intensity software projects.
Today's high-intensity, Internet-time projects: they're more than yesterday's management techniques can handle. To succeed, you need to understand what's different, where the pitfalls are, what works, and what doesn't. You need Managing High-Intensity Internet Projects. Legendary IT leader Ed Yourdon delivers instant, practical solutions for key challenges associated with Internet development. You'll discover how to:
Whether you're building B2B or B2C, infrastructure or mobile applications, Managing High-Intensity Internet Projects is your secret weapon-everything you need to deliver outstanding results on Internet time!About the Author:
ED YOURDON is author or co-author of more than two dozen books, including Death March, The Decline and Fall of the American Programmer, and The Rise and Resurrection of the American Programmer. In June 1997, he was inducted into the Computer Hall of Fame, joining notables such as Charles Babbage, Seymour Cray, James Martin, Grace Hopper, Gerald Weinberg, and Bill Gates. Widely known as co-developer of the popular Coad/Yourdon OO methodology, he founded and led YOURDON, Inc., a consulting firm that trained over 250,000 people worldwide.
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