Managing High-intensity Internet Projects

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2002 - 226 pages
In Managing High-Intensity Internet Projects, Ed Yourdon delivers instant, practical solutions for virtually every challenge you'll face in leading today's high-intensity, Internet-time projects. Yourdon's breakthrough management techniques cover strategies, politics, processes, tools, and the entire development lifecycle - from requirements through coding, monitoring progress through testing and delivery.
 

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Великолепный труд Мастера. В сжатом виде приведено практически все необходимое для постижения проблем и путей решения в области управления сложными ИТ-проектами

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Muy importante para integración de equipos de trabajo y requerimientos.

Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
Project Politics and Negotiations
19
43
27
Business Process Reengineering
43
CHAPTER 4
65
CHAPTER 5
83
CHAPTER 6
99
CHAPTER 7
125
CHAPTER 9
149
CHAPTER 10
165
CHAPTER 12
197
CHAPTER 13
211
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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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