Estimating and Planning IT Projects
Project managers rely on accurate time and cost estimates in order to correctly determine resources and deadlines. This course covers various estimation methods including counting methods (use case points, function points) and comparison methods, and also the correct approach for working with expert estimates. We‘ll show you the best way to get your project team involved and how to determine estimation accuracy. Using examples, you‘ll then practice these different methods and find out how to apply them based on the bases for estimation available in specific projects.
You‘ll become acquainted with methods for estimating the time and costs for IT projects, be able to apply these accurately in practice, correctly interpret your results and apply them in projects.
project managers, analysts, requirements engineers
Principles of project management
Content (Details as PDF – German)
Using requirements in functional specifications as a basis for estimation
- Types of requirements for estimation
- Describing requirements for estimation
- Differences in effort and expense between different requirements types
How IT procedural models influence estimation and planning
Knowing basic methods for estimation and testing results
- Planning poker
- Delphi estimation
- Expert estimation
Knowing advanced methods for estimation and testing results
- Function points and use case points
- COCOMO II
Checking planning of IT projects
- Quality criteria for good IT project planning
- Milestone planning
- Work packages
- Performance specifications
- Resource planning
We offer you this course as an inhouse training for your company. Here you can learn more about our service packages. Tell us more about your needs, so that we can tailor an offer that perfectly fits your requirements.
We offer this course also on several dates as a webinar and face-to-face training in German. You can find all upcoming dates for our open trainings in German on our Website.