Life cycle of the project

The Project Life Cycle refers to the step wise process that is followed by nearly all project managers when moving through stages of project completion. At the start of a new project, the amount of planning and work required can seem overwhelming. There may be hundreds of tasks that need …

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Stake Holder Analysis

STAKE HOLDER ANALYSIS The First thing that comes into mind when we hear the word Stake holder is who are stakeholders. Stakeholders are individuals or organisation that are actively involved in the project, or in other words these are ones whose interests are affected with the execution of the project. …

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SCRUM CEREMONIES

Ceremonies are nothing but meetings in agile, there are four different ceremonies: Sprint planning meeting, Daily scrum, scrum review meeting and sprint retrospective meeting. These ceremonies are conducted as there are many elements which are discussed with the team.   Sprint planning meeting: In this meeting the development team, scrum …

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Root Cause Analysis

When there is a break or change in the flow of a process, an investigation should be done to have a complete understanding of the situation – the situation is usually called an “Event”. Understanding why an event occurred is the key to developing effective recommendations. Root Cause Analysis is …

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Assess Requirement Change

We live in a world where the competition to excel in your chosen field is high, this is possible when you constantly upgrade yourself and are on par or above your competition, to be the best, you need to accept and change. This applies to organizations as well, to be …

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Deployment Diagram

A deployment diagram is a kind of class diagram and it is used for specifying, visualizing and documenting embeded systems and also used for managing executable systems through forward and reverse engineering. They are used to model the static deployment view of a system. i.e in UML it models the …

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Agile Vs Waterfall

These are two different software development life cycle methodologies where waterfall is more of sequential approach where only if one phase is entirely completed then it starts with the new phase. Agile is iterative approach as it is used for fastest delivery of product, where the work is planned in …

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Project closure document

Project closure document is the final end document produced after the end of the project .This document is used by the high level management to understand how the project is helpful for them in future projects and they also gather information from project which they learnt and prepare a document. …

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Request for Proposal

On day to day encounters in B2B business, we are accustomed to receiving request for proposal (RFP) from client interested in product of service. RFP ia a document which is an overview of offerings and costs from several bidders at once. If a bidder participates in RFP it answers questions …

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Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder  Analysis: Stakeholder analysis is a process of systematically gathering and analysing information by identifying stakeholders  to determine whose information need to be considered when developing a project. Who is a Stakeholder? A Stakeholder is either an individual, group or organization who is impacted by the outcome of a project. …

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