Production Software That Works. A Guide to the Concurrent by Ann Courtright

By Ann Courtright

This helpful reference addresses the foremost projects which are quintessential to realtime software program improvement in production crops: handling the layout of the process, establishing and coordinating a improvement association, and imposing instruments for successful
completion and administration. either new and skilled undertaking managers will become aware of easy methods to use concurrent methodologies to create realtime structures in part the time it always takes.

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A partic­ ularly skilled and experienced project manager is required to maintain strict schedule controls. A plant with a hierarchical struc­ ture and layered management will require a similar organization of tasks and responsibilities. The operations will flow smoothly if the system builder does not fight the user's system of management. 46 Production Software That Works Developing the Project Organization and Plan O Having learned something about the user organization the system builder must put together a team that will include not only his own people but engineers and process technicians from the user organi­ zation as well.

Management Commitment 35 Understanding the User Environment Ύ Every control system must be based on a thorough understanding of the specific environment in which it will be used. Despite the obviousness of this statement, many system builders fail to spend sufficient time learning about the user organization and the internal situations that will influence the proposed system. This information should be reflected in any proposal submitted to the user. The first task for the system builder is to determine whether it is possible to deliver a successful solution.

Understanding the User Environment 45 Learning from Experience We have learned that there are a number of situations which indicate troubled plant. Among them are: ■ ■ ■ ■ a plant with no clear management structure a plant without business plans a plant with redundant layers of management a plant where there is no designated responsibility for major new projects ■ a plant with no project metrics Any one of these situations is evidence of an illogical organization. It is also highly probable that if a system is built in such a plant, it will not be maintained.

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