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Waterfall or Tsunami?

by Denise Thompson

Is agile the tsunami of change? Not necessarily, but the wave of change is coming to our profession. This practitioner warns that it won’t hit us like a waterfall—it will hit us like a tsunami. Will you be ready?

Waterfall Versus Agile

by Jesús Pérez Rosales, PMP

When should you use waterfall and when should you use agile? The usual answer to this question is vague: Apply each approach according to circumstances. This article discusses the main positive and negative aspects of the waterfall and agile approaches, deconstructing some of the myths behind them and suggesting where one could be used over the other according to different factors.

Watermelon Projects

by Bart Gerardi

As organizations grow, senior leadership inevitably asks for more aggregated reporting; there is too much going on for them to know all the details. A popular version of this reporting is the stoplight: red, yellow, green. But when you reduce complex efforts into a single color, there can be a shocking loss of fidelity.

WBS Analysis

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Creating a work breakdown structure for the project and refining it until it can be used as the pattern for the project plan may seem like overkill for some projects, but the WBS can help create a schedule that fully supports the work of the project.

WBS and Product Backlog: Siblings or Distant Cousins?

by Mike Griffiths

Are work breakdown structures and product backlogs really so different? They both help with forming agreement on scope. Yet, due to how they are often used, they are viewed as quite different by many people…a viewpoint this expert would like to change.

WBS Dictionary

Wiki

A document that provides detailed information about deliverables, activity and scheduling of each component in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).

WBS Generator

deliverable
by Jerome Smith

This WBS Generator allows you to create a work breakdown structure by updating an Excel table and clicking a button. Users can create conditional formats to highlight keywords, change the options to modify the look and feel, maintain the WBS with on-the-fly updates, and add second- and third-level boxes. By creating custom conditional formats, project managers focus stakeholder attention to key points in the WBS. Code has been updated to run on Excel 365.

WBS Tasks for a PPM Problem

by Joe Wynne

If you are trying to set up project portfolio management, you will run smack into a unique workforce problem. Use these tasks in your WBS to help manage three sensitive groups that participate in projects to establish PPM.

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