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iTQP Tools: Doormat
DOORMAT: A Framework for Requirements Maintenance.
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iTQP Tools: ValidationBench
The key to the power of many of iTQP’s software quality and validation offerings can be directly traced to our overall project delivery philosophy. Read more ...
iTQP Tools: AFTA
The Automated Fault Tree Analysis (AFTA) facility, originally developed to support missile failure analysis for the defense industry, assists project teams in identifying, organizing, managing, analyzing, and validating the root cause(s) of any type of system failure. Read more ...
iTQP Tools: PRAC
The Project Risk Assessment Calculator (PRAC) is a self-assessment tool designed to help project managers, IT leaders, and their business customers understand the various risks their project is facing and to offer suggestions on mitigating those risks. Read more ...
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iTQP Books: Technology, Strategy, and Leadership
A set of convergent forces is challenging fundamental assumptions about the role of organizations and how they deliver value to their customers.
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iTQP White Papers: Maximizing Strategic Value
Ideas matter, but an organization aligned for execution is what delievers the value.
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iTQP White Papers: Project Management
Project management bridges the gap between strategy and tactics. It’s the difference between having a good idea, and actually being able to execute on that idea.
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iTQP White Papers: Value Driven Performance Ethic
In our experience high-performance organizations tend to share a set of recurring management and leadership characteristics. While each organization may actually choose slightly different tools or implementation approaches, successful companies nevertheless tend to operate in very similar ways. Read more ...
Training and Seminars
Project Management: Value-Driven Risk-Adjusted Solution Delivery
Target Audience: Project Manager, CIO
Abstract: Project management is the ability to transform concept into reality in a no-surprise environment. It is the skill required to take an opportunity (typically expressed as a proposal, business case, or problem statement) and organize and manage a team of relevant talent to reliably deliver a focused, targeted solution that realizes that opportunity.
Consequently, in its most basic form, project management is concerned with the definition, representation, construction, validation, and incremental delivery of a set of work products that meets the project’s time cost, quality, and customer satisfaction goals.
Since being able to deliver is such a critical element of effective project management, its underlying delivery philosophy emerges as an important area of attention. That is, the philosophy that governs how work is organized, planned, and carried out in order to reliably (i.e., at low risk) produce the tangible value that the project goals require.
Objective: To introduce project management as a discipline, especially as it relates to technology efforts, and explore a set of practices that has emerged as being particularly effective in reliably delivering business value at low risk.
Topical Outline:
  • Introduction
  • Deliverables Carry the Value
  • Completing Deliverables
  • Packaging Plan and Incremental Value Delivery
  • Software Economics
  • The Project Repository
  • The Project Plan
  • Sizing
  • The Life Cycle Question
  • Managing Expectations
  • Requirements Driven Validation
  • Continuous Integration
  • Project Roles
  • Progress
  • Change Control
  • Risk Management
  • Quality
  • Project Feasibility
  • Summary
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