How do you save a failing project when it seems like there's no turning back? "How to Save a Failing Project: Chaos to Control" provides the knowledge and insight you need to recognise a project in trouble, determine what to do about it, and transform it into a success. You'll also discover methods, techniques, and tools to keep a project from getting into trouble in the first place. Understand the value of a project plan - and of updating this plan continuously as you execute the project. Recognise signs that the project is deviating from the approach needed for successful completion. Develop a set of metrics that provide insight into the health of your project. Identify and implement steps to get your project back on track. Prevent the fatal missteps that can lead to project failure. Position your team for project success.
Ralph R. Young, DBA, has led projects in local government, management information systems, systems and software engineering, process improvement, and systems integration. He is the author of four books that address aspects of requirements engineering. Steven M. Brady, PMP, is a certified project manager with over 12 years of project management experience. He has worked extensively in the information technology industry, providing project management, organizational process development, business analysis, and strategic planning services. Dennis C. Nagle, Jr., has spent more than 20 years as an engineer on project teams, both as a programmer and also as the principal software architect. He is certified in the personal software process (PSP) as defined by the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
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