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Understanding the Nexus Between WBS and LFA

by Haroon Qureshi

Many entities use logical framework analysis (LFA) as a project planning and management tool that is part of almost every project document. LFA is sometimes called a work breakdown structure, but its structure is different. Considering these terminology differences, this article attempts to explain the relation between WBS and LFA.

Understanding the PM's Role During and After a Transition to Scrum (Part 1)

by Chris Merryman

In a pure Scrum environment, the project manager's responsibilities are reallocated to the newly introduced roles of Development Team, ScrumMaster and Product Owner. In a hybrid Scrum environment, the project manager role may still exist--but likely in a significantly altered form. PMs need to take the impact of this change on their role and responsibilities into consideration…and plan accordingly.

Understanding the PM's Role During and After a Transition to Scrum (Part 2)

by Chris Merryman

We've covered certain challenges a project manager is likely to face when a Scrum transition is first being evaluated, and a comparison between Waterfall and Scrum methodologies. Part 2 of this article covers the ScrumMaster and Product Owner roles in the Scrum environment--and also addresses the project manager’s role during and after an organization's transition to Scrum.

Understanding Why Agile Is the Way it Is

by Andy Jordan

There’s a new generation of agile practitioners who don’t know the history. That may be holding them back. We need to get away from the “agile equals good, waterfall equals bad” mentality (and vice versa)—and if everyone has a common understanding of purpose, that’s a pretty good start.

Understanding Your Project's 'Why'

by Andy Jordan

Understanding the business context behind a project is important, but for first-time PMs there are a lot of benefits in taking that a step further.

Unfocused Questions, Unfocused Answers

by Craig Curran-Morton

It is this writer's belief that business intelligence fails at the earliest and most important step in the BI process: planning. In order to answer the questions your company has, you will need to clearly understand what they are looking for--which is a lot easier than it sounds.

Unhappy Holidays

by Bob Weinstein

The holidays are not what they used to be. Why are Americans becoming so uptight about taking vacations?

Unified Communications Ascends to Top Business Priority

by Bob Weinstein

Listen up, IT project managers: If you've been casually following the UC market, get on the stick pronto, and find out what's going on. If you don't, your livelihood could be seriously affected.

Unified Communications: Why PMs Should Plug in NOW!

by Bob Weinstein

It’s not hard to figure out the reason why companies are scrambling to get a piece of the unified communications pie. It's certainly not to make it easier for businesses to communicate. It’s pure capitalism: money – the wonderful green stuff that fuels industry, creates jobs, puts food on the table and educates your kids. And that’s the way it’s supposed to be.

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