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Risk Management Resources

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Risk Management is essential for development and production programs. Information about key project cost, (technical) performance, and schedule attributes is often uncertain or unknown until late in the program. Effective Risk Management 2 nd Edition , Edmund Conrow, AIAA, 2003.

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A Compendium of Risk Management Resources

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This blog page is dedicated to the resources used to manage the risk encountered on software-intensive systems using traditional and agile development methods. Let's start with a critical understanding of the purpose of managing risk on software development projects.

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Misunderstanding Making Decisions in the Presence of Uncertainty

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Our perception of this world - the data and information we receive about these behaviors. The risk is created when we have not accounted for this natural variances in our management plan for the project. An aleatory risk is expressed as a relation to a value. Embrace Risk!

Software Estimating Resources

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Effort Distribution to Estimate Cost in Small to Medium Software Development Project with Use Case Points,” Putu Linda Primandari and Sholiq, The Third Information Systems International Conference, Procedia Computer Science, 72, pp. Monte Carlo Schedule Risk Analysis,” Intaver Institute, Inc.

DDSTOP The Saga Continues

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We were one of the first users of eXtreme Programming, long before Scrum was around and presented that early work in 2003, " Making Agile Development Work in a Government Contracting Environment, Measuring velocity with Earned Value." . Place all the information into some modeling tool.

Estimating is a Learned Skill

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And the same process is applied to the Scrum development processes on those projects. . Software effort estimation terminology: The tower of Babel,” Stein Grimstad, Magne Jørgensen, Kjetil Moløkken-Østvold, Information and Software Technology 48 (2006) 302–310. Story Point Estimating,” Richard Carlson, ALEA, Agile and Lean Associates, 2013. Information Technology and Computer Science , 2012, 8, 43–50.