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Collaborative Web Development: Strategies and Best Practices for Web Teams (Anglais) Broché – 21 septembre 1999
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Présentation de l'éditeur
In Collaborative Web Development, author Jessica Burdman shares the successful secrets of managing a web project, including collaboration, communication, and budgeting. The book provides many case studies of both successful and unsuccessful Web sites, and will help web-project managers pick and manage their web teams so they can sell their projects and needs to executive managers. The ultimate goal of this book is to make a “level playing ground,” offering a similar vocabulary for developers, marketing people, and IT managers, so everyone is “bought in” to the Web project.
Quatrième de couverture
Developing an effective and successful presence on the Web is a requirement for all organizations. As the Web has matured, the development and management of sites has become increasingly complex. Today, Web site development requires the close collaboration of diverse professionals such as programmers, interactive designers and engineers, animators, videographers, writers, marketers, and businesspeople--all working within a highly coordinated and structured development process.
Written by a leader in Web development methodologies and processes, Collaborative Web Development brings structure and sanity to what is often an overwhelming and chaotic process. Drawing on the front-line experiences of practicing professionals and numerous real-world case studies, the author will help you get a handle on the issues and challenges you face, with proven strategies for effective coordination among team members and clients, a smooth development process, and a successful end result.
You will find in-depth discussions on crucial topics such as:
- Working with clients to determine the goals and scope of a project
- Pulling together an effective team
- Developing a Web Site Development Cycle that is appropriate for your project
- Planning the project, establishing procedures, and setting a timeline
- Communicating effectively with team members and clients
- Managing the client relationship
- Balancing scope and technical sophistication with cost and time constraints
- Managing large-scale Web sites
- Meeting quality assurance standards for Web projects
So that you can benefit from the experiences of those who have been through the process, this book includes concise interviews with accomplished Web site managers and developers who reveal valuable insights and practical suggestions for successful Web site development.
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Maybe the book could be useful to people who have absolutely no experience in working with companies that have a web site, but there's got to be better stuff out there.
I would NOT recommend Collaborative Web Development for anyone who has any bit of experience in project managing for the web.
Burdman lays down a solid foundation for establishing a serious Web development team. She identifies key team members and their individual responsibilities, she will assist project managers to break down and assign specific project responsibilities, and she will help companies to better manage their people and business policies. Burdman offers noteworthy advice on handling client matters such as payments, their involvement in the Website design process, dealing with roadblocks, thorny issues, and meeting deadlines.
A central theme emphasized throughout the book is good communication at all levels of development. Burdman will assist companies large and small to work through the many issues they will face, including many that will stretch their patience thin. The accompanying CD contains a number of helpful demoware development programs and other essential tools to meet a variety of Web development needs. Highly recommended for any Web design and consulting business environment!
In the past, project handling is such a kind of management skill, however, the author agrees that working in advertisement and IT industries are perfectly merits as being a web-tech project manager, they need a quick thought and fast response, especially those have technical knowledge. Sometimes, some managerial guys do not understand the feasability and difficulty on the implementation indeed...^_^.
For this book,it converys a message how to conduct web project management in a concise way. 1) How to deal with your members? Their skillsets? 2) How to negotiate with your clients?(The most important point is that how can you "fix" the project scope/requirement instead of let it extending continuously. Many projects become endless due to their contract has not been explicitly signed and the requirement is not completedly collected. Of course, it needs changes but author suggests us to put the extra stuff to next phrase. REMEMBER: target on deadline and cost) 3) How to break down your tasks? 4) How to convey appropriate documents/contracts/schedules?
Arrr...there are some examples to demostrate the project management techniques as well, to show whether it is good or not.
A comprehensive web project management guide for me..but in fact, when I go to [...] to take the project manager exam, I think I need to dig into more theories for project management, then I intend to buy a more serious management book instead.
For me, I learn a lot from this book and it helps me how to understand some management routines. Of course, there are still many unexpected events during the project cycles. As the book mention and suggest... Being a project manager, you need to be... 1) Get a cool-headed mind. 2) Be humorous 3) Well-Organised 4) Good Communication with others.
Those sentences are still on my mind.