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SEI Series In Software Engineering (Paperback) - Making The Software Business Case - Improvement By The Numbers (Cód: 9245718)

Reifer,Donald J

Addison Wesley

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''Just the understanding and insights you will pick up about how people encounter and cope with combinations of technical, social, political, and economic opportunities and challenges make the book a joy to read and worth much more than the price of it alone.'' --Barry Boehm, from the ForewordThis practical handbook shows you how to build an effective business case when you need to justify--and persuade management to accept--software change or improvement. Based on real-world scenarios, the book covers the most common situations in which business case analyses are required and explains specific techniques that have proved successful in practice. Drawing on years of experience in winning the 'battle of the budget,' the author shows you how to use commonly accepted engineering economic arguments to make your numbers 'sing' to management.The book provides examples of successful business cases; along the way, tables, tools, facts, figures, and metrics guide you through the entire analytic process. Writing in a concise and witty style, the author makes this valuable guidance accessible to every software engineer, manager, and IT professional.Highlights include: How and where business case analyses fit into the software and IT life cycle processExplanations of the most common tools for business case analysis, such as present-value, return-on-investment, break-even, and cost/benefit calculationTying the business process to the software development life cyclePackaging the business case for management consumptionFrameworks and guidelines for justifying IT productivity, quality, and delivery cycle improvement strategiesCase studies for applying appropriate decision situations to software process improvementStrategic guidelines for various business case analysesWith this book in hand, you will find the facts, examples, hard data, and case studies needed for preparing your own winning business cases in today's complex software environment. 0201728877B09102001 ''Just the understanding and insights you will pick up about how people encounter and cope with combinations of technical, social, political, and economic opportunities and challenges make the book a joy to read and worth much more than the price of it alone.'' --Barry Boehm, from the Foreword This practical handbook shows you how to build an effective business case when you need to justify--and persuade management to accept--software change or improvement. Based on real-world scenarios, the book covers the most common situations in which business case analyses are required and explains specific techniques that have proved successful in practice. Drawing on years of experience in winning the 'battle of the budget,' the author shows you how to use commonly accepted engineering economic arguments to make your numbers 'sing' to management. The book provides examples of successful business cases; along the way, tables, tools, facts, figures, and metrics guide you through the entire analytic process. Writing in a concise and witty style, the author makes this valuable guidance accessible to every software engineer, manager, and IT professional.Highlights include: How and where business case analyses fit into the software and IT life cycle processExplanations of the most common tools for business case analysis, such as present-value, return-on-investment, break-even, and cost/benefit calculationTying the business process to the software development life cyclePackaging the business case for management consumptionFrameworks and guidelines for justifying IT productivity, quality, and delivery cycle improvement strategiesCase studies for applying appropriate decision situations to software process improvementStrategic guidelines for various business case analyses With this book in hand, you will find the facts, examples, hard data, and case studies needed for preparing your own winning business cases in today's complex software environment. 0201728877B09102001

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Marca Addison Wesley
Cód. Barras 9780201728873
Altura 23.37 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780201728873
Profundidade 1.88 cm
Referência 004660618
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2001
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 320
Peso 0.54 Kg
Largura 18.69 cm
AutorReifer,Donald J

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