It may be blasphemy to some, but Agile does have a requirements gathering process. In this article we look at different ways to trawl for requirements in the form of user stories using interviewing, prototyping and other techniques.
Agile software development is a group of software development methodologies that bases itself on an iterative and incremental approach. Read on for five good Agile project management software development / tools.
The waterfall model is used in software development to ensure that positive progress is made in the creation of software for a client. While most commonly associated with software design, successful implementation of this software development model can benefit any project management effort.
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What are control charts and why are they needed? Often in Lean, Six Sigma, and Agile, they will let you know if an element within your project is out of control. Here, Jean Scheid gives us a typical example of a control chart and how they’re utilized.
It’s hard to keep up with every project management methodology; there are so many. For instance, if you love the Agile Methodology, can you be swayed into using CMMI? Jean Scheid takes a look at CMMI versus Agile.
Determining the business analyst role in Agile development has been a contentious issue for some time now. Does the business analyst have a role within agile development? You decide.
Using the Agile Management Methodology requires iterations and sprints where teams work on certain elements of a project, they are reviewed, approved, and then passed to the next team. With all these sprints going on, what is the Agile definition of done? Jean Scheid takes a look.
As a manager, are you interested in Agile Management Methodology? If so, there are many seminars and online classes to help you get started. Jean Scheid tells you where to find them.
Just when you thought you knew everything about Agile Management Methodology, in pops a new buzz word: Agile user story. What are they and what purpose do they serve?