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  • PM Network

    Tame the Haters

    By Fewell, Jesse "We want to be controversial for a moment and propose an end to projects and project management." So goes the opening chapter of #Noprojects: A Culture of Continuous Value, a book published this…

  • PM Network

    Agility in Motion

    Electric bikes aren't exactly known for their aesthetics. But, with its most recent product-development project, the French upstart Coleen looks to change that, taking Jean Prouvé's classic World…

  • PM Network

    Degrees of Uncertainty

    By Fewell, Jesse If you've never heard project managers debate the merits of agile, here's a quick summary. A gruff project manager says, "Since your agile approach doesn't fit my oil exploration projects, it's not…

  • PM Network

    Hello, Agile

    PM Network asks the project management community about agile buy-in.

  • PM Network

    Agile and Ageism

    By Fewell, Jesse A post in LinkedIn sparked comments by project managers feeling caught in the middle of "agile transformations." As a Gen Xer in between the youngest and oldest members of today's workforces, Jesse…

  • PM Network

    Call of Duty

    By Fister Gale, Sarah PM Network interviews Katie Sierzgego, PMP, chief of information technology services, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Europe District, Wiesbaden, Germany.

  • PM Network

    Bridging Ambition and Ability

    By Parsi, Novid Agile is everywhere, but not every organization is ready for it. According to the 12th annual State of Agile survey published by CollabNet VersionOne, 41 percent of organizations cite a lack of…

  • PM Network

    Agile Pitfalls

    By MacIsaac, Michael For the past 10 years, I've helped organizations become agile. Working with a range of companies across industries, I've noticed their agile transformation struggles tend to be similar. Here are…

  • PM Network

    Agile Assurance

    By Parsi, Novid Some project teams believe agile means skimping on requirements management. They're dead wrong. When they disregard this crucial component, they put project success on the line: For 35 percent of…

  • Project Management Journal

    Under Pressure member content locked

    By van Oorschot, Kim E. | Sengupta, Kishore | Van Wassenhove, L. N. We investigate the optimal iteration length under behavioral conditions for agile software projects.

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