Morten Kirsbo
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Function Point value, which is better
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The gearing factor which is shown in the table, is just the amount of source line codes in a language that, in average, correspond to one function point. These projects are from QSM's data, and will ...

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Best methods for IT Project Management
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I don't think you need PM tools for this. It sounds more like you are just losing overview of the scope of the project. To prevent scope from getting out of control, you should be fine by writing a "...

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Scheduling a task for the duration of the project
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"Maintaining project plan" and similar tasks shouldn't be in the project plan. It can be included in the project estimation or as part of resource planning though.

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In Agile, can I put multi user stories in one sprint?
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It's normal for a sprint to have multiple user stories. You should not have a user story which is too big to be completed in one sprint. In that case it should be broken down to multiple, smaller ...

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How to manage Software projects with an intermediary?
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It's a very common situation and a very tough challenge. An agency works very differently from a software company, and many, many projects fail with the model end-client -> creative agency -> software ...

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Adding new tasks to the current baseline
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The scope has changed, so you'll need to create a new baseline and new estimates. This needs to be clearly communicated to the customer regardless if they are internal or external.

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When developing the same app for multiple platforms how do you keep the implementation aligned
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From a PM point of view it is two separate projects. If the same developers work on both Android and iOS client, you could however run it as one project. You could achieve a reasonable feature ...

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When can a project's wrong estimates be justified?
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Ideally, you would have done a risk analysis on the estimates that would have covered the costs of the permission issues and FB workaround. Also if you were far from sure of the estimates, you ...

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How to factor in story points/tasks for non sprint related items?
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I personally wouldn't include non-product related tasks like setting up a new PC in the sprint. Rather I'd identify the team member needed to do the 3 hours of setup and reduce their amount of ...

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Tips and steps need to follow to setup successful continuous integration environment
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This is actually a challenge the Scrum team should figure out, under your guidance. You should be sure the challenges listed in your post is understood by the team members, and then let them sort it ...

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Is there any of Special way of showing Tentative Tasks in a Gantt graph using Project Libre?
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If by "tentative" task you mean one that is not approved or unclear whether it will be in the scope, it generally shouldn't be in the project plan. It should rather be relegated to another document. ...

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Preventing "functional redundancy" in large organizations: Where are the discussions?
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I'm not entirely sure I understand the question, so feel free to correct. I believe at the basic level you are looking for information on how companies organize the reuse of code / components? One ...

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PMP/PMI and other similar classes
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You don't need a certification to be a project manager. Most certifications also actually require x years of formal PM experience before you can even take them. The standard way into project ...

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What is a good book for Project Management of Software for non-programmer individuals?
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Ask your developers! It's not possible to hide the fact that you are non-technical, so you might as well gain some points for trying to learn about their field. They might even have some books lying ...

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