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  • Design Thinking to Improve Your Agile Process member content open

    By Vukosav, Denis Agile project teams interact with users and deliver incrementally. This paper is an introduction to how design thinking, combined with agile, will further reduce the risk of failing.

  • How much does this cost? member content open

    By Leybourn, Evan How much will this cost? How long will it take? What am I going to get? These are the questions that every agile project gets asked at some point. And while "as much as you're willing to spend," "as…

  • Scaling agility member content open

    By Petit, Yvan | Hobbs, Brian Agile approaches have been primarily applied to projects in what is referred to as the "agile sweet spot," which consists of small, colocated teams working on small, non-critical projects. This…

  • Mindset of a LeAgile project leader member content open

    By Iqbal, Suhail In an earlier paper presented by the author in PMI® Global Congress (2015) -- North America (Iqbal, 2015), it had been established that lean and agile can work together, even in an unlikely industry…

  • From agile to hyperagile member content open

    By Cavarec, Yves | Fargis, Brandon Most large organisations operate in models from the 19th century. These models are typically hierarchical, filled with approvals, placing decision making with leadership only. They were thought to…

  • AGISTRUCT member content open

    By Al Behairi, Tareq A. In modern smart buildings and construction projects, the explicit boundaries between construction industry management, with its waterfall methodology, and IT industry management, with its flexible…

  • Blending Agile and Waterfall member content open

    By Rodov, Alexander | Teixidó, Jordi In this paper, the authors present their hypothesis that in the future, projects will use a combination of agile practices, with a traditional approach, usually associated with waterfall projects.…

  • A new hybrid approach for selecting a project management methodology member content open

    By Grushka-Cockayne, Yael | Holzmann, Vered | Weisz, Hamutal | Zitter, Daniel Project management methods are essential in helping organizations determine how a project is planned and executed. This paper proposes a multi-dimensional framework for project methods selection,…

  • Scaling agile member content open

    By Shrivastava, Narendra K. While pure agile has proven to be effective for small teams and projects, corporations and organizations that wish to implement the approach enterprise-wide or for larger, complex projects will need…

  • Who's on first? member content open

    By Salasoo, Aita The larger the program, the more stakeholders and customers there are and the greater the need for effective and consistent communication. With agile programs, the complexity is compounded by a…

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