There is no such thing as a pure waterfall implementation unless you are peering through nature’s lens—and there is no such thing as a pure agile implementation unless you are gazing through a lens of your own making.
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Modern software development can always be in the moment, developing the best possible software for today. But is that good enough to succeed? Continuous delivery is going to gain traction and become an important part of how projects get delivered—but it only helps if it delivers business value.
Getting Under the Hood of the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition Part 4: Tailoring to the Needs of the Project
Our "Getting Under the Hood" series continues with a webinar that will go deeper into tailoring section of the PMBOK® Guide - Seventh Edition. Join us to explore considerations for tailoring to better suit the deliverables, organization and project needs. While the tailoring of an approach to a project was covered in various parts of the previous edition of the PMBOK® Guide, it is now more fully developed in the guide portion of the seventh edition. In this session, you will be introduced to a tailoring framework that you can adapt to evaluate what and when to tailor.
We received so many questions during our Ask the Experts: Agile for the Rest of Us webinar that we didn’t have time to answer them all, so the presenters continue the conversation here!
These are my thoughts on how best to process requirements into development activities that allow technical teams to align with business value. This includes requirements analysis, design qualities, best practices, and patterns of every kind.
Test-driven development is a very powerful technique for analyzing, designing, and testing quality software. However, if done incorrectly, TDD can incur massive maintenance costs as the test suite grows large. This is such a common problem that it has led some to conclude that TDD is not sustainable over the long haul. This does not have to be true. It's all about what you think TDD is, and how you do it. This blog is all about the issues that arise when TDD is done poorly—and how to avoid them.
Q: Which hypothesis is valid? Both? #1. Future work is causing many people to seriously consider switching careers to align with future jobs and are willing to pay for a workshop to learn how to do it. #2. Aspiring project managers are willing to pay for a workshop that defines the path to a project management career. I would like your feedback.John Ayers on Sep 20, 2020
More than 50 templates, plans, and forms are included, covering the entire Project Life Cycle. It helps you to start up, plan, and execute projects quickly and easily.
MPMM® lays out the complete Project Life Cycle step-by-step so your entire team can all use the same project management process for delivering projects. It includes practical templates and examples, and enables you to customize your own.