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What are the metrics followed in project management? What metrics will you look at in order to see the project is moving successfully? | Project Management Questions

Most metric sets deal with a variation of these attributes and are chosen to help project managers gain insight into their product (size, software quality, rework), process (rework, software quality) and project (effort, schedule). But below is a broader classification … Continue reading

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What is the software you have used for project management? | Project Management Questions

Many companies have there own software defined. There are many project management software available at this moment in market but this can vary from company to company, worst it can very from project to project. But Microsoft project is the … Continue reading

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What is difference between SITP and UTP in testing ? | Project Management Questions

UTP (Unit Test Plan) are done at smallest unit level or stand alone mode. Example you have Customer and invoicing module. So you will do test on Customer and Invoice module independently. But later when we want test both customer … Continue reading

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What is internal change request? | Project Management Questions

Internal change request are not normally billable change request, it has no financial gains from the client. Example your architecture division of your company has said in mid of the project that the architecture has to be modified. Definitely this … Continue reading

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How do you handle change request ? | Project Management Questions

Normally change request are handled by preparing an Impact analysis document and then doing re-estimation. Example you have an on going project, which has a customer table. Now customer want to also have addresses assigned to it. So you normally … Continue reading

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What is pareto principle ? What is 80/20 principle ? | Project Management Questions

Pareto principle also paraphrased as 80/20 principle is simple effective problem tackling way in management. It says that 20% of your problems lead to other 80 % of problems. So rather than concentrating on the 80% of problem if you … Continue reading

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What is a fish bone diagram ? What is Ishikawa diagram ? | Project Management Questions

Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa, invented the fishbone diagram. Therefore, it can be also referred as Ishikawa diagram. Fishbone diagram is an analysis diagram which provides a systematic way of looking at effects and the causes that create or contribute to those … Continue reading

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What is DAR (Decision Analysis and Resolution) ? | Project Management Questions

Decision Analysis and Resolution is to analyze possible decisions using a formal evaluation process that identifies alternatives against established criteria. Example in a project you are said to use third party tools so you will not depend on only one … Continue reading

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What is CAR (Causal Analysis and Resolution)? | Project Management Questions

The basic purpose of CAR is to analyze all defects, problems and good practices/positive triggers in projects, perform a root cause analysis of the same, identify respective corrective and preventive actions and track these to closure. The advantage of CAR … Continue reading

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How do you estimate a project? | Project Management Questions

There are many techniques available for estimating a project:- Function points Use Case points WBS

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