Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Computer Science - Software, grade: 1, , course: MS in Project Management, language: English, abstract: This research quantified the role of the different factors of rework including project planning (PP), software requirements specifications document quality (SRSDQ), software testing (ST), software requirements management (SRM), software requirements traceability (SRT), maturity of software development life cycle (SDLC) approach (MSDLCA), changing requirements (CR) & scope creep (SC) with rework & project success (PS) using automated software requirements management tools (UseofSRMT). The underlying associations of the above factors of rework in SDLC and UseofSRMT with rework & PS were quantified through a survey conducted in the software houses. The study quantified the magnitude of rework which was increased/decreased by these factors of rework. The study also quantified the magnitude of PS increased/decreased by these factors of rework. This study concluded that UseofSRMT played a moderating role between factors of rework and PS. The study also quantified the mediating role of rework between the factors of rework & PS. The study contributed that rework was avoidable in SDLC. Major causes of unsuccessful software projects were determined. Most effective features of software requirements management tools (SRMT) were considered to determine their role as an effective methodology for PS. PS could never be guaranteed by just achieving project milestones/goals in terms of the triple constraints of time, budget & schedule.
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