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Operational Structure of the V-Modell XT
In recent years a multitude of new project management methodologies have emerged – some with a totally new approach, most being a new mix of other methods, a few being the ongoing evolution of older methodologies to adapt to new findings and developments.
The V-Modell XT is designed as guidance for planning and executing development projects, taking into account the entire system life cycle. It defines the results to be achieved in a project and describes the actual approaches for developing these results. In addition the V-Modell XT specifies the responsibilities of each participant.
The V-Modell XT describes in detail, "who" has to do "what" and "when" within a project. Other guidelines, e.g. ISO standards, are presently in use, but they are less concrete than the V-Modell XT because they do not specify product templates.
V-Modell is short for Vorgehensmodell (literally: proceeding model), the XT stands for extended tailoring and means that the methodology should be usable to handle projects of all kinds and sizes even of the complex and the extensive ones. Thus, projects get more planable, traceable and lead to high-quality results with greater reliability, which is advantageous for acquirer and supplier.
The cooperation between acquirer and supplier is an essential factor of success. The responsibilities of both sides are specified. The V-Modell XT standards are an important basis for contracts between acquirer and supplier. In addition, the V-Modell XT improves the comparability of offers.
Beyond the literal meaning of the term itself, tailoring means in the context of the V-Modell not only "cutting off" parts, but...