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17th Century Shipbuilding
and Your Failed Software
Project
a.k.a - Why your project management sucks.
135 Feet
108 Feet
108 Feet 120 Feet
111 Feet
135 Feet
111 Feet
Excessive Schedule Pressure
Changing Needs
Lack of Technical Specifications
Lack of Documented Project Plan
Excessive Inno...
Secondary Innovations
Requirements Creep
Lack of Scientific Methods
Ignoring the Obvious
Possible Mendacity
Pete Cheslock
@petecheslock
http://pete.io/Jra5
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project
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17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project

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The story of the Vasa and how it relates to Software Engineering project.

To check out the case study that spawned this talk - check it out here. http://pete.io/Jra5

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17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project

  1. 1. 17th Century Shipbuilding and Your Failed Software Project a.k.a - Why your project management sucks.
  2. 2. 135 Feet 108 Feet
  3. 3. 108 Feet 120 Feet 111 Feet
  4. 4. 135 Feet 111 Feet
  5. 5. Excessive Schedule Pressure Changing Needs Lack of Technical Specifications Lack of Documented Project Plan Excessive Innovation
  6. 6. Secondary Innovations Requirements Creep Lack of Scientific Methods Ignoring the Obvious Possible Mendacity
  7. 7. Pete Cheslock @petecheslock http://pete.io/Jra5

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