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Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals.

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Who will be reading the documentation? What will the documentation be used for? These are the most important questions to answer. For example, documentation for maintenance developers would focus more …
answered May 13 '13 by akton
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While developers are perceived to be ignorant of the business problems, less technical managers will look down on developers. Developers need to learn the business cases and start driving or suggestin …
answered Aug 31 '12 by akton
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This is usually a political/marketing question as much as technical. I have been involved in mergers where changing all references to the old name was mandated Assuming it is just a technical questio …
answered Aug 30 '12 by akton
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There is no easy answer to the question. From what you have written, the biggest problem appears to be one of project management. Too many tasks were performed too quickly. You can implement the worl …
answered Sep 3 '12 by akton
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You say your "current project is very unstable because of poor organization." In response, your boss has asked the "person responsible for planning everything" whose primary job is a "Software develop …
answered Sep 1 '12 by akton
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The first three points are capacity planning. The organization is trying to budget and predict for the future. Alas, there is no simple or accepted way to predict performance and scalability. Each app …
answered Mar 11 '16 by akton
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A few pieces of advice. First, use an analogy - pretend you were implementing this without computers, such as doing it by mail (not E-mail). As you add features, visualize the form customers fill out …
answered Sep 15 '13 by akton