Project Management

D-Cube (Decisive Dynamic Development): Transparent, Feedback, Motivate, Reduce Waste

Chandra R. Munagavalasa, PSM I, SSGB, PMI-ACP, PMP currently works as a manager in software development in Houston.

Many popular agile approaches that exist today have strict rules and/or requirements. D-cube is a very simple and highly flexible agile approach that can be tailored to fit to your needs. Whether you empower the team or have a top down structure; whether you use story points to estimate the work or use a three-point estimate; whether the team is collocated or distributed; or whether you have a daily scrum or a status meeting, D-cube can be applied to any kind of software development project. D-cube primarily emphasizes the need for motivated teams, transparency, feedback loops, and the reduction of waste. Read the full paper by clicking here.

About the Author
Chandra R. Munagavalasa, PSM I, SSGB, PMI-ACP, PMP currently works as manager in software development in Houston, TX. He works with several Microsoft products and enjoys developing software in C#. He is also a PMP, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner, Six Sigma Green Belt, and Professional Scrum Master-I. Mr. Munagavalasa holds a master’s degree in industrial management from IIT-Madras.

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