Staying on time, within budget, and meeting the original specifications often seems like an insurmountable task in software development. And yet one of the best tools for achieving this quest is often underutilized because of misunderstandings and wrong expectations. Focusing on what you need to know about risk in the pursuit of delivering software projects, Applied Software Risk Management covers the key components of the risk management process, Current processes, and best practices for software risk identification, risk planning, and techniques of risk analysis. This book combines concepts across software engineering with a project management perspective, presenting examples of the scientific method in risk perception, analysis and resolution.
Table of Content
Risk Management Process
Responding to Risk
Integrated Risk Management
Risk Management: Draft Procedures
Appendix A: Caper Jones’s Risk
Appendix B: Rex Black’s Quality Risk List
Appendix C: SEI Risk Taxonomy
Appendix D: Top N Software Risks
Appendix E: PMI, Risk Management Process
Appendix F: IRM, Risk Management Standard
Appendix G: Continuous Risk Management (CRM) Paradigm
Appendix H: Barry Boehm’s Risk Management Process
Appendix I: Risk Management in CMMi
Appendix J: Requirement Risk Versus Measurable
: Quality Attributes
Appendix K: Diary of a Risk Manager
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