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  • Project Management Journal

    Portfolios of Agile Projects member content locked

    By Sweetman, Roger | Conboy, Kieran While agile approaches can be extremely effective at a project level, they can impose significant complexity and a need for adaptiveness at the project portfolio level. While this has proven to be…

  • Project Management Journal

    Agile Methods on Large Projects in Large Organizations member content locked

    By Hobbs, Brian | Petit, Yvan Agile methods have taken software development by storm but have been primarily applied to projects in what is referred to as the "agile sweet spot," which consists of small collocated teams working…

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    A hybrid approach to quantitative software project scheduling within agile frameworks member content locked

    By Jahr, Michael In this article, the authors focus on the quantitative project scheduling problem in IT companies that apply the agile management philosophy and scrum, in particular. The authors combine…

  • PM Network

    Learn before you leap registered user content locked

    By Lang, Toby Transitioning to an agile process like Scrum can be challenging. This article reports how one project manager's organization transitioned to agile quickly and notes how the organization failed to…

  • PM Network

    The evolution of agile registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Agile has changed the project management landscape, largely because of its adaptability: Iterative development allows teams to deliver functional pieces of a project quickly and adjust on the fly.…

  • PM Network

    Smooth flight registered user content locked

    By Fretty, Peter In the airline business, a single delayed flight can set off a chain of events that require real-time updates to displays at airport terminals. This article discusses how a Portuguese airline's…

  • PM Network

    Change is good registered user content locked

    By Hunsberger, Kelley Two words project managers do not like to hear are scope creep. However, for project managers working with the agile methodology, it does not have to be that scary. This article explores how agile…

  • PM Network

    The sweet spot registered user content locked

    By Hildebrand, Carol As more non-IT-based organizations look to improve the way they select and implement projects, more are looking into adopting agile methodologies to quickly achieve the goals they want--for and with…

  • PM Network

    Foolish behavior registered user content locked

    By Keeler, Max Project management offices (PMOs) can help organizations generate value in innumerable ways. And one of the most significant involves inculcating project management practices and principles into…

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