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TDDD31 Software Engineering with International Partners

Examination

The examination of this course is divided into three parts:

To pass the course students need to attend 80% of the seminars with active participation, deliver a project assignment by the end of the course, and develop a poster with oral presentation.


Project grading

Grade 3: Project report must be well written and include all sections of the web template and answer the questions Q1, Q2 and Q5 below.

Grade 4: Same as above but add answers to Q3 and Q4 below.

Grade 5: Discussion section should add more elaborate cultural theory analysis relating to your country of choice (integrative). How will the company handle cultural differences? Concrete action points needed.


Questions

Q1. What part of our company shall we strategically outsource? What is the recommendation? What are the gains, short and long term? What are the problems?
Q2. What are the alternative vendors/countries - how did you think about this? Basic Due diligence - has the vendor a proven record in the particular domain of interest?
Q3. How will the outsourcing process look like? Give the board a rough timeline with important activities the company needs to do.
Q4. What will it cost, roughly? Are there any legal issues that are important to consider? How should we handle them?
Q5. General pros and cons of your approach?

 

Hence, it is important that you have a clear rationale behind these main questions when you discuss your strategy.

 

Course grading

The final grades are calculated accoring to the following:

Seminar Grade

Individual reflective report + attendance

Project Grade

Poster Grade

Final Course Grade

G (approved)

3

3

3

G (approved)

3

4

3

G (approved)

3

5

4

G (approved)

4

3

4

G (approved)

4

4

4

G (approved)

4

5

4

G (approved)

5

3

4

G (approved)

5

4

5

G (approved)

5

5

5


Please check the following sections for more information about:
Seminars
Project
Poster

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Last updated: 2013-11-27