Project planning templates and samples often help many new or inexperienced project managers to understand project planning elements. This article features Scrum related project planning templates and samples.
The Scrum Product Backlog is one of the most important elements of a Scrum project, but yet one of the least understood. Find out what a Product Backlog is and what one looks like in this article by Bright Hub author Ronda Levine.
Find out what a dandelion diagram is and how completing one can help you in your root cause analysis. It helps you look at your project from different angles to improve its quality. Ronda Bowen explains how and why to use a root cause analysis dandelion diagram in this article.
Have you been wondering what kinds of projects are best completed in MS Word? How can you tie in project management with a word processing program? The answers to these questions can be found in this article.
Learn how to become a ScrumMaster in this informative guide. How much does it cost, and how do you take the course? Find out in this article by Ronda Bowen.
Root cause analysis is a critical component of quality improvement methodologies such as Six Sigma and Agile. We examine fishbone diagrams and Apollo, two methods of conducting root cause analysis.
The Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) methodology allows businesses to create processes, products and services from scratch that are capable of meeting both customer and business requirements. Some companies offer their own training to employees, but training is available through other avenues as well.
Have you been hoping for a project management tool to be included in Open Office? Unfortunately, Open Office doesn’t have one, but they do have a list of options for your project management needs. Find out what might work for your project management needs if you’re an avid Open Office user.
You may have found yourself wondering what “Scrum” stands for. This article answers that question and other questions the newly initiated may have about Scrum when implementing it into their work environments.
Teleconferences are an important part of a world that increasingly works globally and relies upon team members who telecommute for work. Learn how to organize a successful teleconference in this article by Ronda Bowen.