Software project audits

a launching pad

Regular audits of software development projects can help project managers recover failing projects as well as prevent project failures from occurring. This article describes approaches that project managers can use to conduct internal and external audits of software development projects. In doing so, it identifies two ways that software projects can fail and four signs indicating that a software project has failed. It then details the methods for conducting damage auditing--both the technical and the managerial audit--and disaster prevention auditing.
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