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Sizing an IT Project Complexity

Sizing an IT Project Complexity

Sizing an IT Project in terms scope, effort, and cost is usually done using templates following a few ground rules. Do we factor in complexity? Is it the same for every project or for that matter every organization? Can we attribute the high failure rate of IT projects to this oversight?

Contributors

    • Paul C. Tinnirello, Executive Vice President and CIO, Information Services Division, A.M. Best Company
    • Capers Jones, Founder and chief scientist emeritus, Software Productivity, Research, LLC

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Contributors

Paul C. Tinnirello

Paul C. Tinnirello, Executive Vice President and CIO, Information Services Division, A.M. Best Company

Paul C. Tinnirello is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for the Information Services Division at A. M. Best Company, the world's oldest insurance rating and information source. Paul is the author / editor of a series of... More   View all posts
Capers Jones

Capers Jones, Founder and chief scientist emeritus, Software Productivity, Research, LLC

Capers Jones is founder and chief scientist emeritus of Software Productivity Research LLC. and is an expert in the areas of software quality and cost estimation, software assessments, and software benchmarking. Mr. Jones is also a well kno... More   View all posts
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