Death March / Edition 1by Edward Yourdon
Pub. Date: 06/15/1999
Publisher: Pearson Education
In the course of a career, practically every software developer and manager will encounter projects with outrageous staffing, scheduling, budgeting, or feature constraints: projects that seem destined to fail. In the wake of re-engineering, such "Death
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If nothing else you will find the examples in the book humorous because they are just like the projects you've been on. I found a whole list of ideas for ways to deal with problems on my own project. Not just for project managers either.
The book illustrates that politics exists in your project as well. To determine all major political players, involved in the project is the task of any participant: from the stakeholder and project manager to the minor developer. It¿s a hard task to spot all the players, but once you did it, your project will get more chances to survive and you will keep your sanity. This book doesn¿t have easy answers, but it will encourage you to start analyzing things which you never thought about.