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The PMI Agile Community Backlog is a collection of backlogs from several teams with the following themes :
In order for companies to survive and excel in today’s global environment, the corporate IT portfolio-planning function needs to plan IT initiatives strategically. Organizations must efficiently measure criteria that will enhance the performance of the overall strategies of their business.
A discussion of driven vs agile project management methods.
A baseline budget is the estimate of project costs that you start with at the beginning of your project. When you talk about being "under budget", this is what you are comparing your actual performance to. Sometimes when there is a significant change in scope, the project can be "re-baselined" - which isn't a word, but project managers use...
A baseline schedule is the timeline that you start with at the beginning of your project. When you talk about being "on time", this is what you are comparing your actual performance to. Sometimes when there is a significant change in scope, the project can be "re-baselined" - which isn't a word, but project managers use it to mena that a n...
The basis is the specific rationale, typically hard metrics, for arriving at a particular estimate. This term is used for any type of estimate, including cost, time, resrouces, etc....
Considering the increasing number of companies practicing Agile, getting a ScrumMaster on the rolls has almost become mandatory. Consequently, lot of people (including PMPs) are getting themselves certified as ScrumMasters (or Certified Scrum Developers/Certified Scrum Product Owners). After two days' training and passing the exam, they consider the job done. If you are one of them, then your journey has only started.
Agility crept into the management discourse without most of us knowing what it meant. On the surface, of course, it seems quite simple and an attractive concept. But how do we achieve it? Indeed, what exactly are we pursuing?