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  • Estimating member content open

    By Meyer, Werner G. Estimation is at the heart of most project disciplines, and project cost and time overruns can often be traced back to inaccurate estimates. Estimation requires human involvement to create a…

  • How much does this cost? member content open

    By Leybourn, Evan How much will this cost? How long will it take? What am I going to get? These are the questions that every agile project gets asked at some point. And while "as much as you're willing to spend," "as…

  • Applying neural networks and analogous estimating to determine the project budget member content open

    By Vargas, Ricardo Viana At times, some problems and challenges in the project environment are too complex with too many variables to allow for the use of a traditional computer algorithm to calculate the project's results.…

  • Bring certainty in agile sprint planning through estimation member content open

    By Ghosal, Dipanjan | Bhattacharyya, Pranabendu | Das, Sharmila | Roy, Sayantan Agile estimation remains a gray area for most project managers, with improper estimation being the root cause of failure in most agile projects. This paper provides an overview of Tata Consultancy…

  • Scheduling optimization with line of balance and start-finish relations / Ricardo Viana Vargas, Felipe Fernandes Moreira. member content open

    By Vargas, Ricardo Viana | Moreira, Felipe Fernandes The start-finish relationship between activities are often misunderstood; partly due to the lack of understanding regarding the true meaning of logical relationships. This paper, which has the…

  • Estimation as a capability: The business case for estimation competency member content open

    By Markel, Jarred | Downs, Kevin Unreliable estimates of project effort can have enormous impacts on organizations and individuals. They can lead to a failure to deliver and a lasting negative perception and lack of confidence…

  • The mindset behind estimating and planning for agile member content open

    By Elleithy, Salah | Sidky, Ahmed In the late 1950s Peter Drucker coined the term "knowledge worker" and spent the rest of his life examining an age in which an unprecedented number of people use their brains more than their backs.…

  • Dimensions of project complexity and their impact on cost estimation member content open

    By Herszon, Leon | Keraminiyage, Kaushal To this day, most projects still do not meet their objectives, even with all the knowledge and best practices learned so far. Recent studies are increasingly suggesting that highly complex projects…

  • The mindset behind estimating and planning for agile member content open

    By Sidky, Ahmed | Gaafar, Ameer Without some form of reasonable estimation, many projects would be too risky to attempt or simply fail altogether. This paper begins by examining two primary work types: knowledge work and task work…

  • Agile processes member content open

    By Casanova, Pietro For a long time, the traditional project management approach has been questioned due to the large number of ailing projects. Moreover, due to market globalization and related growing organizational…

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