24 January 2014

Project Management – The Base RuleProject Management – The Golden RuleProject Management – The Golden RuleProject Management – The Golden Rule

About Binu Kumar

Technical Manager of Bridge Global with 12+ years IT experience who has been mastered in every SDLC process via own experience. Client relations in a technical and process perspective and more importantly focussed on result oriented approaches, makes him stand out. Domain knowledge of Finance, CRM, Product development, Travel & tourism, Education are some of the verticals worth mentioning. Technology know-how of both Open source and Microsoft along with Cloud exposure & DB expertise, blended with best situational handling capabilities & quick results is what his own clients recommend him for! Is a very good Agile practitioner too with CSM certification.

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  1. I think these are the tree ‘buttons’ a project manager (or any higher level manager) can push to achieve the results in his IT projects. Usually, pushing one button leads to something on the other button. If we want to deliver a software project faster, then we can push the ‘speed’ button by engaging more programmers. This will lead to higher costs. If we push ‘speed’ without adding resources, the quality will suffer. If we push the quality button, programmers will spend more time on envisioning, building and testing something, which will reduce the speed and may incur higher costs. This last thing is often not true as more time spent on creating a piece of code usually leads to higher quality and lower costs; it saves testing or re-building things that were built wrongly, later in the process.

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