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Coordination and Project Management Strategies from a Vendor Perspective" by Deshpande Sadhana, Sarah Beecham, and Ita Richardson

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  • 1. Paper Presentation Global Software Development –Coordination and Project Management Strategies from a Vendor Perspective (Deshpande Sadhana, Sarah Beecham, and Ita Richardson) Achmad Giovani 13508073
  • 2. Outline The Topic Motivation for the Topic Introduction Theoretical basis Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide Conclusion Things that I learned
  • 3. The Topic The paper is about:comparative analysis between the human resource management techniques of the PMBOK® Guide with the coordination practices in GSD
  • 4. Motivation For the Topic One of the main cause of GSD Projects failure is bad project management The PMBOK Guide is not enough Coordination is essential for team project
  • 5. Introduction
  • 6. Introduction Software development has become increasingly distibuted across the globe
  • 7. Introduction (2) Distance matters ◦ Exterior ◦ Interior
  • 8. Introduction (3) Management of GSD project is difficult
  • 9. Introduction (4) Communication, coordination, culture and control issues ◦ Coordination >> human resource management >> PMBOK® Guide, 2008
  • 10. Theoretical Basis
  • 11. Theoretical Basis Coordination ◦ one of the very difficult aspects of software engineering ◦ has four main components:  Goals  Activities  Actors  Interdependencies
  • 12. Theoretical Basis (2) PMBOK® Guide, 2008 ◦ A recognized standard for project management ◦ there are five sections:  Human resource management  Communications management  Scope management  Cost management  Quality management
  • 13. Theoretical Basis (3) Project human resource management includes “the processes that organise, manage and lead the project teams”
  • 14. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide
  • 15. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams
  • 16. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(2)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams
  • 17. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(3)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Networking
  • 18. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(4)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Team Building
  • 19. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(5)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Training
  • 20. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(6)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Cultural Differences
  • 21. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(7)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Team Performance Assessments
  • 22. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(8)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Recognition and Rewards
  • 23. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(9)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams
  • 24. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(10)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams ◦ Organisational charts
  • 25. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(11)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams ◦ Staff acquisition and management plan
  • 26. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(12)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams ◦ Resource Calendar
  • 27. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(13)  Activities in the PMBOK® Guide not performed by GSD teams ◦ Roles & Responsibilities
  • 28. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(14)  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams
  • 29. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(15)  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Onsite Coordinators
  • 30. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(16)  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Bridging Bridging
  • 31. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(17)  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Management of Attrition
  • 32. Mapping GSD and PMBOK® Guide(18)  Activities not in the PMBOK® guide performed by GSD teams ◦ Task Allocation
  • 33. Conclusion
  • 34. Conclusion The PMBOK Guide scope is limited when applied to GSD Project Management A structured set of standards which focus specifically on GSD is needed There are coordination activites that not in the PMBOK Guide but important in practices:  Onsite Coordinator: help to manage cultural diversity  Bridging: the way to manage cultural diversity  Managing Attrition: can help to take necessary step to overcome attrition  Task Allocation: help to motivate project member
  • 35. Things that I Learned Reality is different to the theory The characteristics of GSD Project make it needs a structured set of activity that focus on GSD, including coordination The PMBOK Guide doesn’t talk much about coordination
  • 36. Thank you Any Questions?