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IJSTR >> Volume 3- Issue 11, November 2014 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Evaluation Of PMI’s Risk Management Framework And Major Causes Of Software Development Failure In Software Industry

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AUTHOR(S)

Kamran Khan, Salman Qadri, Shabir Ahmad, Abu Buker Siddique, Anam Ayoub, Shaista Saeed

 

KEYWORDS

Index Terms: Software Project Risk, Project Management Institute, Software Industry, Structural Equation Modeling

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: To reduce the high failure rate of software projects, managers need better tools to assess and manage software project risk. As a way to build such resources, on the other hand, details programs analysts must remainder create a better knowledge of the particular measurements of software package project risk as well as how they may have an impact on task performance. Development in this area continues to be obstructed by means of: (1) a reduction in confirmed equipment intended for computing software package project risk that will make use of the particular measurements of chance which have been seen as essential by means of software package task supervisors, as well as (2) a reduction in idea to describe the particular linkages in between numerous measurements of software package project risk as well as task performance. Within this examine, six to eight measurements of software package project risk ended up recognized as well as reliable as well as logical measures ended up designed for each and every. Well guided by means of socio techie programs idea, an exploratory model originated as well as analyzed. The outcomes present that will societal subsystem chance influences techie subsystem chance, which often, in return, influences how much task supervision chance, as well as eventually, task performance. This significance of those information intended for investigation as well as exercise are usually reviewed.

 

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