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The Rational Unified Process Made Easy: A Practitioner's Guide to the RUP by Philippe Kruchten, Per Kroll

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Chapter 11 Adopting the Rational Unified Process

In this chapter, we will discuss the motivation for introducing the RUP, how to implement the RUP for a project, and different approaches and strategies for implementing the RUP across a series of projects within an organization.

The reason for introducing the RUP and supporting tools into your organization is to obtain business benefits measured in improved project results. To be worth the investment, process improvement through effective use of the RUP and associated technologies must ultimately lead to higher quality systems, lower cost, or shorter time to market. Time spent on process improvement easily becomes overhead unless these objectives are clear in everyone’s mind. A common mistake ...

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