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Evaluating Project Decisions: Case Studies in Software Engineering by Gil Taran, Mel Rosso-Llopart, Carol L. Hoover

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Chapter 1. Managing Decisions

1.1 Chapter Objectives

This chapter introduces concepts about evaluating decisions for software development projects and other software engineering efforts. This chapter will help you understand the purpose, rationale, and application of a model for evaluating decisions. Succeeding chapters will illustrate how to apply the model to decisions being made to manage various aspects of software projects and to handle problems faced by the stakeholders in case scenarios. Managing decisions involves identifying a problem to be solved, formulating and evaluating alternative solutions to the problem, selecting among the alternative solutions, and executing the decision or implementing the solution. The model discussed in ...

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