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Catastrophe Disentanglement: Getting Software Projects Back on Track by E. M. Bennatan

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INDEX

A

achievable goals, 134–135

feasibility process, 135–138

agendas, 223

alarm points in extended schedules, example, 25

alarm triggers, 16

alarms

budget alarms

break-even cost point, 31

grace periods, 31

setting, 27–30

customer satisfaction alarm, 35–36

problem list alarm, 32–34

schedule alarms, 37

allies, 119

goals, 127

Alltel, 19

ambiguous information, 88

analysis stage, risk analysis process, 175–178

anticipating problems, risk analysis process, 174–175

approval of plans, 203

availability, evaluators, 61

B

Borland, CaliberRM, 195

break-even cost point, 31

briefing evaluators, 61

commitment, 63–65

topics to be covered in initial briefing, 61–63

Brooks’ Law, 24

Brooks, Fred, 20, 74, 137

budget alarms

break-even cost point, 31

grace periods, ...

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