Methodologies and Life Cycles

A methodology is a set of standards and procedures to follow for a given process. Life cycles define the various components of a project’s or product’s life and are comprised of initiation, execution and closing components. You need to utilize both methodologies and life cycles to be a truly successful project manager.

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Interesting, but the presentation is for a rank beginner.

Network:0
It is an interesting short slide that brings together SDLS and Methodology in one scene


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