In project management for Software, there is a so called W5HH principle, to use for ensure that you cover the project rationale in a well though way. Why is the system being developed? What will be done by When? Who is responsible for a function? Where are they organizationally located? How will the job be […]
The T Shape model in general visualize the difference in competence in two axis. Either you are broad, an generalist. Drawn in horisontal axis. Or you are in depth very skilled within a specific area. Drawn as vertical axis. Why separate competence like this? Roughly, we want to say that the generalist work with strategy. […]
The Cost benefit analysis is a tool to evaluate the cost versus the benefits in a project. For instance when to wager a project value. It begins with a list, as so many processes do. It will hold a list of every project expense and what the benefits will be after successfully executing the project. […]
PESTLE can be seen as a view on the external environment, in which an organization is operating. As comparation, the SWOT analysis is focus on the internal environment of the organisation. The model can have different faces, from PEST, PESTLE as well as PESTEL. Basically, it’s these, Political Economic Social Technological Legal Environmental As said, […]
SWOT Analysis is a technique used to define Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats to a project, organization, unit, initiative etc.
RACI stands for Responsible Accountable Consulted Informed In its simplest form, RACI is a grid with a list of procedures or processes on the side, and a list of team members on top. For each intersection of individual and procedure a letter is assigned to define the level of responsibility. More complex RACI tracking may include: […]
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PERT is a estimation technique that uses statistical aspects on the amount of effort needed for a project and it’s parts. Normally PERT is done together with CPM (Critical Path Method) and visualized as a network diagram.