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Posted:  13 Dec 2012
Published:  13 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  31  Page(s)
Type:  Book
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

 

Project Management For IT-Related Projects

 

Edited by Bob Hughes

 

This book extract explains how to estimate the timescales and effort required for IT projects.

 

Contents:

 

  • The effects of over- and under-estimating;
  • Effort versus duration;
  • The relationship between effort and cost;
  • Estimates and targets;
  • Use of expert judgement, including its advantages and disadvantages;
  • The Delphi approach;
  • Top-down estimating
  • Bottom-up estimating;
  • The use of analogy in estimating.

 

  

 

Download this chapter to receive a 20% discount on the book.

 

 

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