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  • Success with agile in a federal environment member content open

    By Garrison, Richard Federal IT projects often run over budget and behind schedule, or fail to deliver promised functionality. Many projects use "grand design' approaches that aim to deliver functionality every few…

  • Hybrid waterfall agile development for the federal space member content open

    By Salinas, Erica M | Boyne, Loraine Historically, the Waterfall methodology has been ingrained in U.S. federal software development contracts with requirements determined prior to software development. However, in 2010, the focus…

  • Defining a conceptual categorization model for agile software development projects member content open

    By Spundak, Mario Agile project management has received a lot of attention recently, although much more among practitioners than among researchers. Compared with a traditional approach, it can offer benefits to some…

  • Trust--the key for successful delivery using agile methods member content open

    By Petrén, Mattias Georgson Trust between the deliverer and receiver is a necessity when delivering projects using agile project management. Referring to the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, people interaction,…

  • Agile project management with formal requirements and test case management member content open

    By McKenrick, C. Ross. Agile project management methods, such as Scrum, are based on a lightweight (or lean) process model and are intended to be augmented as necessary by specific teams for their specific project context…

  • Balancing agility with conformance on complex government programs member content open

    By Zaleski, Peter S. | Bostian, Christopher B. | McDyer, Christopher J. Complex government transformation programs are subject to many of the same challenges encountered on commercial programs of similar size and scope. Government programs face additional challenges…

  • COTS project management strategy from a state government PMO perspective member content open

    By Douglas, Joyce We all work in environments in which government funding is stretched, program resources are syphoned, disparate applications are waiting on future funds for cycles to implement backlogged features,…

  • Never work weekends again member content open

    By Sheridan, Richard B. To compete in today's technology-driven business environments, software development companies must bring new products and services to the marketplace faster than their competitors. To accomplish…

  • Using cross project learning to improve project management member content open

    By Wasiyo, Khaitsa With each new project comes many opportunities to generate new knowledge and apply the lessons learned from previous projects. Understanding this cycle is particularly important when managing…

  • Flexible project management member content open

    By Smith, Preston G. | Oltmann, Jeff To implement software development initiatives, IT project managers often adopt agile techniques and methods. The IT industry's success in using agile has encouraged project managers working in…

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