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    Title: 大型專案建置階段所遭遇問題之研究
    Other Titles: A study of encountering problems of large-scale project in implementation phase
    Authors: 郭國基;Kuo, Kuo-Chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系碩士在職專班
    黃明達;Hwang, Ming-Dar
    Keywords: 大型專案;軟體建置階段;問題因素;解決方案;Large-Scale Project;Implementation Phase;Problem Factors;Solutions
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:54:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 根據2013年Standish Group CHAOS 報告,指出61%的專案有品質不良、超出預算或失敗等問題,此狀況在大型專案影響更鉅;故探討大型專案建置階段所遭遇的問題、分析主要因素、提出改善建議是當前值得研究的內容。
    According to the 2013 Standish Group CHAOS report, 61% of projects face problems such as inferior quality, over-budget or failure; this is even more so in large-scale projects. Consequently, the study examines the problems encountered by large-scale projects during implementation, where main factors are analyzed to propose suggestions for improvements.
    The study adopts the case analysis method to study a certain government large-scale outsourced system project, where the problems encountered during the implementation phase between 2010 and 2012 (duration of 2 years and 8 months) are examined. The problems are divided into 5 dimensions, 25 factors, 3 impact levels and 7 software development life cycles for research purposes.
    According to analysis results, 80% of the problems originate from personnel resources, system requirements, process management and documentation quality dimensions. The top three problem factors are “lack of resources and time”, “insufficient skills or experience” and “frequent turnover within the project team” in that order. The three major problems constitute 48.55% of the personnel resources dimension.
    The research categorizes 80% of the aforementioned problems into five key problems based on their respective attributes. They are: “error margin too large during the project planning phase”, “failure to consider the manpower and time needed for communicating with all parties involved”, “lack of understanding about the industry”, “inadequate project management and software development training” and “software development rework rate too high”. The study further examines the reasons behind these key problems and proposes solutions in order to provide reference for other large-scale software development projects in the future.
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