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Isabella Valeria
Do you know that 27% of the projects exceed their planned cost? It is a huge amount of loss. Based on research, IT project failures cost up to $150 billion each year in the US. One of the best ways of spending money efficiently requires efficient project management approaches and implications in organizations. Based on...
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  Lately, I would like to share my views on the most debated certifications on agile methods, depending on experience and observations. Many different institutions around the world offer agile methods and certification programs for Scrum, the most common of these methods. We may list the most popular ones as follows. Project Management Institute (PMI)...
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In my previous article I mentioned the differences in terms of scope management of adaptive (value-driven) and “plan-focused” approaches. Before examining the fundamental differences between the two approaches in terms of time management, I would briefly mention time management in adaptive approaches. Time management is interrelated with agile principles 1-2-3 and 8. http://www.agilealliance.org/the-alliance/the-agile-manifesto/the-twelve-principles-of-agile-software/ Three factors...
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I felt the need to make an explanation as I continued the series of articles I mentioned about the main differences of adaptive and plan-oriented approaches. It is not to argue that the purposeful adaptive or plan-oriented methods of these writings are superior or completely different from each other, or that they must be used...
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