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To survive in today's turbulent e-business world, software project teams must exhibit adaptability, speed, and collaboration. Adaptive Software Development is targeted at software teams where competition creates extreme pressure on the delivery process.
Learn the principles in harnessing change as a competitive advantage.
An agile executive coach and trainer has proposed a matrix to help organizations choose their agile approach. He said that organizations need to truly understand and embrace the change they are about to embark upon.
Even in a well-managed multi-project environment, it is not unusual to see half of all projects completed either late, over budget or with cuts to original scope. However, the proven approach presented in Advanced Multi-Project Management has enabled large, medium, and even small organizations to consistently complete their projects faster, within original scope and budget, and increase the number of projects executed with the same resources by as much as 70%. The list of companies that have used this methodology for stunning results includes some of the biggest, well-known names in the world—Boeing, Rio Tinto, ABB, and Chrysler. This guide details the six gears that must work in unison to drive speed and predictability within an organization.
The affinity diagram is a convergent thinking tool used to organize or "cluster" ideas and data. It is one of the Seven Management and Planning Tools. People have been grouping data into groups based on natural relationships for thousands of years; however, the term affinity diagram was devised by Jiro Kawakita in the 1960s and is sometimes referred to as the KJ Method.
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Confused by the fuzzy way that agile teams and projects are managed (or manage themselves)? Frustrated and disappointed by the negative attitude toward managers and management in general? You're not alone...