Life cycle objectives milestone, Project Management

Submit all required artefacts necessary to achieve the ‘Life Cycle Objectives Milestone' (LCOM). These are:

A Vision document setting out the business objective and business case for the system, and the scope of the proposed system (use the Vision template from the OpenUP).

A prioritised Risk List, together with intended risk mitigation strategies.

A Glossary defining important, or ambiguous terms, and any acronyms used (1% overall assessment).

An initial Architectural Model consisting of initial versions of all 6 relevant UML models (Use case, analysis, design, implementation, test, and deployment models).

An initial Project Plan outlining at a high level the functional increments planned to achieve project completion. Use the project skeleton in

Appendix A of the Study Guide or contained in the Resources section of the subject Interact site. The project plan should include a more detailed breakdown for the Elaboration phase, detailing high level objectives for each iteration.

Sponsor signoff indicating agreement to proceed with the proposed system.

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