Can you explain the process areas part 1
Can you explain the process areas? part 1 Each process area is defined by a set of goals and practices. There are two categories of goals and practices: generic and specific. Generic goals and practices are a part of every process area. Specific goals and practices are specific to a given process ar... 2007-10-30, 5261👍, 0💬
What is internal change request
What is internal change request? Internal change request are not normally billable change request, it has no financial gains from the client. Example your architecture division of your company has said in mid of the project that the architecture has to be modified. Definitely this has nothing to do ... 2007-10-30, 5222👍, 0💬
Define Elementary process in FPA
What are function points? FPA is breaking huge systems in to smaller pieces and analyzing them. Software application is combination of set of elementary processes. EP is smallest unit of activity that is meaningful to the user. EP must be self contained and leave the application in a consistent stat... 2007-10-30, 5165👍, 0💬
What is DMAIC and DMADV
What is DMAIC and DMADV ? Six Sigma has two key methodologies DMAIC and DMADV. DMAIC is used to improve an existing business process. DMADV is used to create new product designs or process designs in such a way that it results in a more predictable, mature and defect free performance. DMAIC Basic me... 2007-10-30, 5131👍, 0💬
How will you do code reviews
How will you do code reviews ? The way in which code reviews are done change from person to person and also company to company. But the normally when a project is started project people define their architecture, coding standards etc in their design document. So before starting the code review you w... 2007-10-30, 5131👍, 0💬
How did you do resource allocations
How did you do resource allocations? 2007-10-30, 4987👍, 0💬
Can you explain different software development life cycles - part I
Can you explain different software development life cycles ? Note:- This questions is asked to test that as a project manager do you have a know how of all the project life cycles.In PMP (Project management plan) you have to specify saying which software development model you will follow. Definitely... 2007-10-30, 4756👍, 0💬
What is pareto principle
What is 80/20 principle ? Pareto principle also paraphrased as 80/20 principle is simple effective problem tackling way in management. It says that 20% of your problems lead to other 80 % of problems. So rather than concentrating on the 80% of problem if you concentrate on 20% of problems you can sa... 2007-10-30, 4746👍, 0💬
Is spending in IT projects constant through out the project
Is spending in IT projects constant through out the project? Note:- Itís a tricky question, to know how much depth you have regarding costing of projects. Normally in initial stage of projects (requirement and design phase) the cost is very less (as you need maximum business analyst and architecture... 2007-10-30, 4727👍, 0💬
How do you start a project
How do you start a project? 2007-10-30, 4671👍, 0💬
Who is a stakeholder
Who is a stakeholder ? A stakeholder is anyone who has something to gain or lose as a result of the completion or failure of this project or phase Note:- Itís not only the end customer the stakeholder. Project managers, Project Lead, even programmers, testing department etc. are stake holders of pro... 2007-10-30, 4620👍, 0💬
What are the different elements in Functions points 2
What are the different elements in Functions points 2? Output results exits the application boundary. EQ does not contain any derived data. Derived data means any complex calculated data. Derived data is not just mere retrieval but are combined with additional formulae to generate results. Derived d... 2007-10-30, 4618👍, 0💬
Do you know Use Case points
Do you know Use Case points? In CD we have a complete free PDF tutorial of how to prepare software quotation. It has all the estimation technology that todayís software industry uses. 2007-10-30, 4610👍, 0💬
What is black box testing and White box testing
What is black box testing and White box testing? Black box testing is also termed as functional testing. It ignores how the internal functionality of a system works and depends only what are the outputs on specified inputs. Source code availability is not an important in back box testing. Black box ... 2007-10-30, 4565👍, 0💬
Two of your resources have conflicts between them how would you sort it out
You have people in your team who do not meet there deadlines or do not perform what are the actions you will take ? In such kind of question they want to see your delegation skills. The best answer to this question is a job of a project manager is managing projects and not problems of people, so I w... 2007-10-30, 4541👍, 0💬
What is SIX sigma
What is SIX sigma? Sigma means deviation in Greek language. Deviation means how much variations exist in a set of data. For instance letís say in a software maintenance project out of 100 defects 68 defects are rectified to the mark and remaining bounce back that means your bug fixing process is on ... 2007-10-30, 4538👍, 0💬
What are the different types of elementary process in FPA
What are the different types of elementary process in FPA? There are two types of elementary process Dynamic Elementary process Static Elementary process Dynamic elementary process moves data from internal application boundary to external application boundary or vice-versa. Examples of dynamic eleme... 2007-10-30, 4526👍, 0💬
What are the various roles in Six Sigma implementation
What are the various roles in Six Sigma implementation? Attaining Six Sigma is team effort and can not be attained individually. Driving Six Sigma itself in an organization is huge project as it involves lot of mentoring and change of attitude of the current workers. So when an organization wants to... 2007-10-30, 4511👍, 0💬
Two of your resources have conflicts between them how would you sort it out
You have people in your team who do not meet there deadlines or do not perform what are the actions you will take ? In such kind of question they want to see your delegation skills. The best answer to this question is a job of a project manager is managing projects and not problems of people, so I w... 2007-10-30, 4502👍, 0💬
What is the software you have used for project management
What is the software you have used for project management? Many companies have there own software defined. There are many project management software available at this moment in market but this can vary from company to company , worst it can very from project to project. But Microsoft project is the... 2007-10-30, 4491👍, 0💬
What is project management?
What is project management Applying knowledge, skills, tools, techniques in project and deliver project deliverables is a short definition of project management.Itís basically managing project time, cost and scope. 2007-10-30, 4488👍, 0💬
Can you explain the process areas part 2
Can you explain the process areas? part 2 Purpose The purpose of Organizational Innovation and Deployment (OID) is to select and deploy incremental and innovative improvements that measurably improve the organization's processes and technologies. The improvements support the organization's quality a... 2007-10-30, 4450👍, 0💬
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