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The Resource AntiPatterns in project management, William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III, Scott W. Thomas

AntiPatterns in project management, William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III, Scott W. Thomas

Label
AntiPatterns in project management
Title
AntiPatterns in project management
Statement of responsibility
William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III, Scott W. Thomas
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1954-
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Brown, William J.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1964-
  • 1957-
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  • McCormick, Hays W.
  • Thomas, Scott W.
Series statement
Wiley computer publishing
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  • Computer software
  • Antipatterns (Software engineering)
Label
AntiPatterns in project management, William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III, Scott W. Thomas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 447-450) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 78
  • The Brawl
  • 81
  • The Project Manager
  • 87
  • The Mismatched Project Manager
  • 87
  • The Unempowered Project Manager
  • 88
  • Leadership 101: An Introduction to Leadership Concepts
  • The Standards
  • 96
  • The Project Manager and the Mismatched Project Manager
  • 100
  • The Unempowered Project Manager
  • 100
  • Size Isn't Everything
  • 105
  • Too Many Cooks
  • 110
  • Too Few Indians
  • 13
  • 110
  • Staffing Needs Vary over Time
  • 111
  • Incrementally Growing the Staffing
  • 114
  • Growing Staffing by Replacement
  • 114
  • Trusted Cadre and Software Heroes
  • 115
  • Warm Bodies
  • Developer Resistance
  • 116
  • Chaos
  • 121
  • Impact of Change on the Organization
  • 124
  • Impact of Change on the Individual
  • 125
  • Impact of Change on the Project
  • 126
  • Compression
  • 14
  • 126
  • Expansion
  • 128
  • Preemptive Change Planning
  • 132
  • Reactive Planning
  • 134
  • Understanding Change
  • 134
  • Process Disintegration
  • Selection and Tailoring of Standards
  • 137
  • Refactored Solution
  • 142
  • Connecting People or "Power to the People"
  • 142
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • 146
  • Chapter 3
  • Technology Management AntiPatterns
  • 147
  • 15
  • Batteries Not Included
  • 151
  • Product Differentiation
  • 154
  • Time to Market
  • 154
  • Marketability
  • 155
  • COTS Acquisition
  • 155
  • Implementation of Standards
  • Known Exceptions
  • 155
  • Assessing COTS
  • 156
  • Implementing COTS
  • 158
  • Maintaining Embedded COTS
  • 159
  • Programming Language
  • 161
  • 16
  • Database
  • 163
  • Related Solutions
  • 165
  • Distributed Disaster
  • 167
  • Planning an Architecture
  • 170
  • Controlling an Architecture
  • 176
  • Commitment to Standards
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • 181
  • Gilding the Lily
  • 183
  • Management-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 186
  • User-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 188
  • Architect-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 188
  • Chapter 1
  • 16
  • Developer-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 189
  • Pressure Phase
  • 193
  • Damage Control Phase
  • 195
  • Wherefore Art Thou Architecture
  • 199
  • Architecture Definition
  • 202
  • Perception of Standards (Organizational Values)
  • Architecture Management
  • 204
  • Killer Demo
  • 215
  • Prevention Strategy: Isolation and "Binning"
  • 221
  • Recovery Strategy: "Burn the Ships!"
  • 224
  • Hands Off
  • 225
  • 17
  • One-Shot Deal
  • 233
  • The Demo
  • 235
  • The Tool
  • 236
  • The Retrofit
  • 237
  • Aim Before You Shoot (Prevention)
  • 241
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • Look What We Found! (Cure)
  • 242
  • Chapter 4
  • Process Management AntiPatterns
  • 247
  • Planning 911
  • 251
  • Glass Case Plan
  • 255
  • Detailitis Plan
  • 18
  • 255
  • Management Plan
  • 255
  • Lifecycle Malpractice
  • 279
  • Waterfall Lifecycle
  • 281
  • Sashimi Lifecycle
  • 282
  • Waterfall Subprojects Lifecycle
  • Misuse of Standards
  • 283
  • Staged Delivery Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Code and Fix Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Spiral Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Controlled Iteration Lifecycle
  • 287
  • Evolutionary Prototyping Lifecycle
  • 19
  • 289
  • Evolutionary Delivery Lifecycle
  • 290
  • Step 1
  • Identify the Best-Suited Individual Lifecycles
  • 293
  • Step 2
  • Apply Localized Refactoring to Optimize the Lifecycles
  • 294
  • Step 3
  • Improper Selection of Standards
  • Identify Common Phase Processes
  • 295
  • Step 4
  • Produce a Superset Lifecycle to Understand the Points of Convergence and Divergence
  • 296
  • The Customer
  • 303
  • One Size Fits All
  • 319
  • Step 1
  • 20
  • Identify the Nature of the Software Developments
  • 324
  • Step 2
  • Identify the Candidate Software Development Lifecycles
  • 325
  • Step 3
  • Identify the Best-Fit Software Development Lifecycles
  • 328
  • The Domino Effect
  • 337
  • Improper Tailoring of Standards
  • Prevention Strategies
  • 343
  • Recovery Strategies
  • 347
  • Myopic Delivery
  • 355
  • The Beginning
  • 363
  • The Middle (Swamp Effect)
  • 364
  • Project Management and AntiPatterns
  • 20
  • The End
  • 364
  • Variations
  • 365
  • Delivery Minus Nine Months
  • 366
  • Delivery Minus Eight Months
  • 367
  • Delivery Minus Seven and a Half Months
  • 367
  • Improper Implementation of Standards
  • Delivery Minus Six Months
  • 367
  • Delivery Minus Five Months
  • 368
  • Delivery Minus Four Months
  • 368
  • Delivery Minus Twelve Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Eleven Weeks
  • 369
  • 21
  • Delivery Minus Ten Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Nine Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Eight Weeks
  • 370
  • Delivery Minus Four Weeks
  • 370
  • Delivery Minus Three Weeks
  • 370
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • Delivery Plus Five Weeks
  • 370
  • Chapter 5
  • AntiPattern Collisions
  • 373
  • AntiPattern Collision
  • 375
  • General Form
  • 377
  • Software Development AntiPatterns
  • 34
  • 378
  • Software Configuration Management AntiPatterns
  • 382
  • Project Management AntiPatterns
  • 387
  • AntiPattern Perspectives
  • 391
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • 393
  • Corporate Symptoms and Consequences
  • Part 2
  • 393
  • Horizontal Symptoms and Consequences
  • 393
  • Corporate Causes
  • 399
  • Single Project
  • 400
  • Related Projects
  • 404
  • Example
  • Critical Aspects of Project Management
  • 407
  • Phase 1
  • Software Concept
  • 409
  • Phase 2
  • Requirements Analysis
  • 409
  • Phase 3
  • Architectural Design
  • 410
  • 35
  • Phase 4
  • Detailed Design
  • 410
  • Phase 5
  • Coding and Debugging
  • 411
  • Phase 6
  • Software Testing
  • 412
  • Project Review
  • Chapter 2
  • 413
  • Appendix A
  • Project Management Best Practices
  • 417
  • People Management AntiPatterns
  • 3
  • 37
  • Micro-Management
  • 41
  • People Management Failure
  • 42
  • Technology Management Failure
  • 45
  • Process Management Failure
  • 46
  • Balanced Focus Failure
  • Programmed to Fail
  • 48
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • 50
  • People Management Success
  • 51
  • Technology Management Success
  • 53
  • Process Management Success
  • 53
  • Balanced Focus Success
  • 4
  • 54
  • Process Micro-Management
  • 57
  • People Micro-Management
  • 58
  • Technology and People Micro-Management
  • 59
  • Corporate Craziness
  • 61
  • Pyramid Hierarchy
  • People, Technology, and Process
  • 62
  • Inverse Pyramid Hierarchy
  • 64
  • One-Dimensional Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Despot Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Cabal Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Evolutionary Hierarchy
  • 6
  • 65
  • Management Roles
  • 70
  • Establishing Management Teams
  • 72
  • Effective Management Hierarchies
  • 73
  • Marketing Hierarchy
  • 74
  • Revolutionary Hierarchy
  • Software Development Standards
  • 75
  • The Pyramid Hierarchy
  • 77
  • The Marketing Pyramid and Evolutionary Hierarchies
  • 77
  • The Evolutionary Marketing Pyramid and Cabal Hierarchies
  • 77
  • The Evolutionary Cabal Hierarchy
  • 78
  • The Normalized Hierarchy
Control code
12745016
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxxvi, 460 p.
Isbn
9780471363668
Lccn
00039235
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
AntiPatterns in project management, William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III, Scott W. Thomas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 447-450) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 78
  • The Brawl
  • 81
  • The Project Manager
  • 87
  • The Mismatched Project Manager
  • 87
  • The Unempowered Project Manager
  • 88
  • Leadership 101: An Introduction to Leadership Concepts
  • The Standards
  • 96
  • The Project Manager and the Mismatched Project Manager
  • 100
  • The Unempowered Project Manager
  • 100
  • Size Isn't Everything
  • 105
  • Too Many Cooks
  • 110
  • Too Few Indians
  • 13
  • 110
  • Staffing Needs Vary over Time
  • 111
  • Incrementally Growing the Staffing
  • 114
  • Growing Staffing by Replacement
  • 114
  • Trusted Cadre and Software Heroes
  • 115
  • Warm Bodies
  • Developer Resistance
  • 116
  • Chaos
  • 121
  • Impact of Change on the Organization
  • 124
  • Impact of Change on the Individual
  • 125
  • Impact of Change on the Project
  • 126
  • Compression
  • 14
  • 126
  • Expansion
  • 128
  • Preemptive Change Planning
  • 132
  • Reactive Planning
  • 134
  • Understanding Change
  • 134
  • Process Disintegration
  • Selection and Tailoring of Standards
  • 137
  • Refactored Solution
  • 142
  • Connecting People or "Power to the People"
  • 142
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • 146
  • Chapter 3
  • Technology Management AntiPatterns
  • 147
  • 15
  • Batteries Not Included
  • 151
  • Product Differentiation
  • 154
  • Time to Market
  • 154
  • Marketability
  • 155
  • COTS Acquisition
  • 155
  • Implementation of Standards
  • Known Exceptions
  • 155
  • Assessing COTS
  • 156
  • Implementing COTS
  • 158
  • Maintaining Embedded COTS
  • 159
  • Programming Language
  • 161
  • 16
  • Database
  • 163
  • Related Solutions
  • 165
  • Distributed Disaster
  • 167
  • Planning an Architecture
  • 170
  • Controlling an Architecture
  • 176
  • Commitment to Standards
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • 181
  • Gilding the Lily
  • 183
  • Management-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 186
  • User-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 188
  • Architect-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 188
  • Chapter 1
  • 16
  • Developer-Created Gilding the Lily
  • 189
  • Pressure Phase
  • 193
  • Damage Control Phase
  • 195
  • Wherefore Art Thou Architecture
  • 199
  • Architecture Definition
  • 202
  • Perception of Standards (Organizational Values)
  • Architecture Management
  • 204
  • Killer Demo
  • 215
  • Prevention Strategy: Isolation and "Binning"
  • 221
  • Recovery Strategy: "Burn the Ships!"
  • 224
  • Hands Off
  • 225
  • 17
  • One-Shot Deal
  • 233
  • The Demo
  • 235
  • The Tool
  • 236
  • The Retrofit
  • 237
  • Aim Before You Shoot (Prevention)
  • 241
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • Look What We Found! (Cure)
  • 242
  • Chapter 4
  • Process Management AntiPatterns
  • 247
  • Planning 911
  • 251
  • Glass Case Plan
  • 255
  • Detailitis Plan
  • 18
  • 255
  • Management Plan
  • 255
  • Lifecycle Malpractice
  • 279
  • Waterfall Lifecycle
  • 281
  • Sashimi Lifecycle
  • 282
  • Waterfall Subprojects Lifecycle
  • Misuse of Standards
  • 283
  • Staged Delivery Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Code and Fix Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Spiral Lifecycle
  • 285
  • Controlled Iteration Lifecycle
  • 287
  • Evolutionary Prototyping Lifecycle
  • 19
  • 289
  • Evolutionary Delivery Lifecycle
  • 290
  • Step 1
  • Identify the Best-Suited Individual Lifecycles
  • 293
  • Step 2
  • Apply Localized Refactoring to Optimize the Lifecycles
  • 294
  • Step 3
  • Improper Selection of Standards
  • Identify Common Phase Processes
  • 295
  • Step 4
  • Produce a Superset Lifecycle to Understand the Points of Convergence and Divergence
  • 296
  • The Customer
  • 303
  • One Size Fits All
  • 319
  • Step 1
  • 20
  • Identify the Nature of the Software Developments
  • 324
  • Step 2
  • Identify the Candidate Software Development Lifecycles
  • 325
  • Step 3
  • Identify the Best-Fit Software Development Lifecycles
  • 328
  • The Domino Effect
  • 337
  • Improper Tailoring of Standards
  • Prevention Strategies
  • 343
  • Recovery Strategies
  • 347
  • Myopic Delivery
  • 355
  • The Beginning
  • 363
  • The Middle (Swamp Effect)
  • 364
  • Project Management and AntiPatterns
  • 20
  • The End
  • 364
  • Variations
  • 365
  • Delivery Minus Nine Months
  • 366
  • Delivery Minus Eight Months
  • 367
  • Delivery Minus Seven and a Half Months
  • 367
  • Improper Implementation of Standards
  • Delivery Minus Six Months
  • 367
  • Delivery Minus Five Months
  • 368
  • Delivery Minus Four Months
  • 368
  • Delivery Minus Twelve Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Eleven Weeks
  • 369
  • 21
  • Delivery Minus Ten Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Nine Weeks
  • 369
  • Delivery Minus Eight Weeks
  • 370
  • Delivery Minus Four Weeks
  • 370
  • Delivery Minus Three Weeks
  • 370
  • Applicability to Other Viewpoints and Scales
  • Delivery Plus Five Weeks
  • 370
  • Chapter 5
  • AntiPattern Collisions
  • 373
  • AntiPattern Collision
  • 375
  • General Form
  • 377
  • Software Development AntiPatterns
  • 34
  • 378
  • Software Configuration Management AntiPatterns
  • 382
  • Project Management AntiPatterns
  • 387
  • AntiPattern Perspectives
  • 391
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • 393
  • Corporate Symptoms and Consequences
  • Part 2
  • 393
  • Horizontal Symptoms and Consequences
  • 393
  • Corporate Causes
  • 399
  • Single Project
  • 400
  • Related Projects
  • 404
  • Example
  • Critical Aspects of Project Management
  • 407
  • Phase 1
  • Software Concept
  • 409
  • Phase 2
  • Requirements Analysis
  • 409
  • Phase 3
  • Architectural Design
  • 410
  • 35
  • Phase 4
  • Detailed Design
  • 410
  • Phase 5
  • Coding and Debugging
  • 411
  • Phase 6
  • Software Testing
  • 412
  • Project Review
  • Chapter 2
  • 413
  • Appendix A
  • Project Management Best Practices
  • 417
  • People Management AntiPatterns
  • 3
  • 37
  • Micro-Management
  • 41
  • People Management Failure
  • 42
  • Technology Management Failure
  • 45
  • Process Management Failure
  • 46
  • Balanced Focus Failure
  • Programmed to Fail
  • 48
  • Symptoms and Consequences
  • 50
  • People Management Success
  • 51
  • Technology Management Success
  • 53
  • Process Management Success
  • 53
  • Balanced Focus Success
  • 4
  • 54
  • Process Micro-Management
  • 57
  • People Micro-Management
  • 58
  • Technology and People Micro-Management
  • 59
  • Corporate Craziness
  • 61
  • Pyramid Hierarchy
  • People, Technology, and Process
  • 62
  • Inverse Pyramid Hierarchy
  • 64
  • One-Dimensional Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Despot Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Cabal Hierarchy
  • 65
  • Evolutionary Hierarchy
  • 6
  • 65
  • Management Roles
  • 70
  • Establishing Management Teams
  • 72
  • Effective Management Hierarchies
  • 73
  • Marketing Hierarchy
  • 74
  • Revolutionary Hierarchy
  • Software Development Standards
  • 75
  • The Pyramid Hierarchy
  • 77
  • The Marketing Pyramid and Evolutionary Hierarchies
  • 77
  • The Evolutionary Marketing Pyramid and Cabal Hierarchies
  • 77
  • The Evolutionary Cabal Hierarchy
  • 78
  • The Normalized Hierarchy
Control code
12745016
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxxvi, 460 p.
Isbn
9780471363668
Lccn
00039235
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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