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3-Points Estimating

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3-Points is a technique that involves people that are professional in the task we are estimating by this technique. In three-point estimation, three figures are produced initially for every distribution that is required, based on prior experience or best-guesses:

Agile Project Charter

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Guide of the PMI-ACP|Community Guide of the PMI-ACP Planning|Adaptive Planning

Affinity Diagram

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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.

Amortization

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Intangible assets, like many produced in the IT world (patents, inventions, a business process or system that offers competitive advantage), contribute to the future revenues. Therefore they can be expensed over time as those revenues occur.

Gap Analysis

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A set of techniques to examine and describe the gap between current performance and desired future goals.

SWOT Matrix

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SWOT analysis (or SWOT matrix) is a strategic planning technique used to help a person or organization identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats related to business competition or project planning.

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