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Waterfall vs. Agile

PREMIUM presentation
by Jonathan Donado

This introductory PDF presentation covers the two basic and most popular methodologies in project management: waterfall (which might be more properly called the "traditional" approach), and agile, a specific type based on a combination of an iterative and incremental process with a focus on customer satisfaction by rapid delivery of a working product.

Web Site Leading Practices

PREMIUM presentation

What makes a successful website? Take a tip from some of the leaders with this presentation, which details eight points of separation for the best of the best.

When the Project Team Comes Unglued

PREMIUM presentation

People are the source of most project conflicts. Check on the emotional status of your project team. If your team is coming unglued, so will your project.

Why Projects Succeed and Fail

PREMIUM presentation

Project management is not rocket science, nor is it voodoo, although some would have you believe it. There are some well documented reasons why projects fail or succeed. Check them out here.

Why You Need a Project Work Plan

PREMIUM presentation

Sure, putting together and organizing a project work plan takes time, but consider such time an investment in your project's future success.

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- Mark Twain