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A proposed curriculum for software engineering project management process, product and people

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McChesney, I.R. ; Sch. of Comput. & Math., Ulster Univ., UK

We propose a curriculum for software engineering project management. For each major topic, we identify useful starting points for study, plus relevant resources and standards, including resources available electronically. We adapt Bush and Fenton's (1990) classification of the software engineering domain whereby we can describe all entities to be managed in a software project as being either process, product, or people. This provides a useful framework for consideration of software project management topics. The curriculum is presented according to the following format: area (process, product, people), major topic, sub-topic, priority (essential, desirable, optional), relevant resources

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Project Management for Software Engineers, IEE Colloquium on

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11 Dec 1995

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