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Making Project Management Information Systems Agile

by Kevin Aguanno, CSPM (IPMA-B), Cert.APM, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, FPMAC, FAPM

When one PM was asked to list the key requirements for a PMIS that would enable it to better support project and organizational effectiveness, he thought about past project, portfolio and program management experiences. The result? A “dream list” of features for a PMIS to support large, traditionally managed projects...a list that was surprisingly agile.

Making the Leap into Agile Testing

by Paul Carvalho

You think you have a handle on how to deliver your projects. Then a mandate comes down that your development team is “going agile”. This is an understandably scary proposition for some people. Here we look at general patterns, models, values and practices that lead to success when thoughtfully practiced by motivated individuals.

Managing Quality in a Program Management Plan (Part 1)

by Joe Wynne

Working on the program level, quality management becomes complex because of differing elements being measured and differing criteria. A program management plan with a quality management section can fit the bill.

Managing Quality in a Program Management Plan (Part 2)

by Joe Wynne

Working on the program level, quality management becomes complex because of differing elements being measured and differing criteria. A Program Management Plan with a quality management section can fit the bill. In the concluding installment, we look at how you can guide this complexity.

Managing Quality in Agile Projects: Your Three-Part Checklist

by Paul Carvalho

Managing quality during a software development project can be difficult and time consuming when you have been misinformed about true quality indicators and practices. Actively managing quality on an agile project can be both simpler and harder than traditional approaches. Here are some basic practices to save time and unnecessary rework--and improve stakeholder satisfaction before and after delivery.

Managing Risk: Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Risk management on projects has become a doom-and-gloom exercise in finding all of the bad things that might go wrong and coming up with plans of what to do about them. Project budgets inflate and schedules extend as mitigation and insurance strategies grow and contingency budgets balloon. We highlight the negatives to such an extent that we forget to focus on the positives. Time to turn that frown upside down...

Managing Technical Debt in an Agile Project

by Johanna Rothman

Any project team that doesn’t manage its current and legacy technical debt will eventually discover that it is impossible to produce features. It’s a slippery slope. Here’s what an agile project manager can do to work with a project team and a product owner.

Mayan Timebox

by Mike Griffiths

The Mayans may have had the first timeboxed project--they had a strict 2012 timebox cutoff with little room for extension (you know, since the world would no longer exist). Although agile methods have been preaching the benefits of fixed timeboxed schedules since their creation, it still raises concerns with many stakeholders. That's because timeboxing with flexing scope is the worst form of project compromise--until, that is, you try the alternatives.

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