Evaluating Rigorous Project Management and Control Mechanisms for Prototyping and Rapid Application Development
• Maintenance of extensive written records of each iteration (and prototyping sessions) to ascertain how much this could help improve the project control;
• Use more than one developer at prototyping sessions to see what effect this had on the sessions carried out;
• Use of a change control strategy to improve overall project management.
KeywordsPurpose Implementation Project Control Functional Prototype Case Study Organisation Rapid Application Development
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