Process Discriminants

In tailoring the management process to a specific domain or project, there are two dimensions of discriminating factors: technical complexity and management com-pJexity. Figure 14-1 illustrates these two dimensions of process variability and shows some example project applications. The formality of reviews, the quality control of artifacts, the priorities of concerns, and numerous other process instantiation parameters are governed by the point a project occupies in these two dimensions. Figure 14-2 summarizes the different priorities along the two dimensions.

Average software project-. 5 to 10 people 10 to 12 months 3 to 5 external interfaces Some unknowns, risks

Lower

Management Complexity

• Smaller scale

• Few stakeholders

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