A practical guide to improving the management of computer projects, this book shows the disciplines which must be enforced if project timescales and budgets are to be met. It also deals with the 'human factor' in projects. The author defines the professional skills which are reuired at each stage of computer projects. There are sections dealing with: the necessary actions, alternatives and constraints that apply at each stage to customers and suppliers; necessary management procedures; checklists for consideration at each stage; clauses normally found in computer contracts.
Foreword; Applicability and Assumptions; Project Stages; Customer Activities; Supplier Activities; Management Procedures; Checklists; Contract Clauses.