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Quantitative Management

Setting up a measurement platform for improving the software.

Data or evidences are the prime focus of a judiciary to convict or acquit a person. Here the data helps to analyse the past and with which helps to take the judgement. An error free judgement is actually a precautionary warning for any potential similar instances. Or in other words, data helps to predict the […]

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Believe in Good Measurements

Without measurement there is no control and without any control there is no improvement Measurement data tells the quantitative nature of activities.  With data we are actually doing a hypothetical judgement. Say for example, in a software industry the effort consumed for a task ‘A’ is 50 Person Days (PDs) while the estimate for the […]

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Basics of Probability

Basics of Probability   

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Attribute Agreement Analysis

Humans are of varying in nature. Because of this, the judgement made by one person won’t be similar to that of another person’s under equal conditions. Take the case of a judiciary system. What happens if laws are not applied consistently over people.. Ultimately it leads to the failure of the system. How can the […]


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Mythical Man Month – With due respect to Frederick P. Brooks

“Nine women can’t deliver a baby in one month” –          Quotes from Frederick P. Brooks’ book- “The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering”. The discipline of Project Management is organizing and managing resources (e.g. people) to achieve project requirements, in such a way that the project is completed within defined scope, quality, time and cost […]

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Setting Realistic Goals based on Probability Analysis

There should be a Business Objective (BO) for each and every organization. It can be in terms of profitability, time to market etc. Basically it is chosen on the basis of work being handled by the organization. Here the problem is to map the BO from enterprise level or organizational level to each work units […]

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