Pareto principle, DOT NET Programming

What is pareto principle?

The Pareto principle also paraphrased as 80/20 principle is simple effective problem tackling way in the management. It says that 20% of your problems lead to another 80 % of problems. Therefore rather than concentrating on the 80% of problem if you concentrate on 20% of problems you can save lot of trouble. Therefore in pareto you analyze the problems and only concentrate on 20% of your vital problems. In projects the first 10% and the last 10% of project form the vital part of project.

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