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The Rhythmic Dance of Agile with Cadence

MPUG

Now, you might be thinking what exactly a dance has to do with cadence in Agile? Let’s start first with the definition of cadence. Cadence – Definition and Basics. One can define cadence in Agile as follows: Cadence is a regular, predictable pattern of development work in Agile.

Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

MPUG

Many project managers utilize a Lean-Agile approach when there is high change or churn in project requirements, significant lack of clarity in scope, high complexity to their projects, and/or a larger number of risks associated with such. Two Lean-Agile Types. Flow-based Lean-Agile.

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Creating a Risk-Adjusted Backlog

Mike Griffiths

Prioritizing based on business value is an example of the lean concept of 'Taking an Economic View of Decision Making.' Then, in 2012 I presented a collection of Collaborative Games for Risk Management  at the Agile 2012 Conference in Dallas and PMI Global Congress in Vancouver. After

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The Complete Glossary of 614 Project Management Terms

Workamajig

Projects might additional calendars as well to show resource availability, communication cadence, etc. Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) : A certificate in project management basics offered by Project Management Institute (PMI).

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Sprint Burndown and Burnup Charts with MS Project Agile

MPUG

As I’ve explained in a previous article, flow-based Agile can benefit from cadences. Burndown and Burnup charts are widely used by Lean-Agile teams to visualize work remaining and work completed, respectively. 2021 is coming to an end.

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 Executive’s Guide To Large-Scale Agile Transformation & Sustaining An Adaptive Enterprise w/ Mike Cottmeyer

Leading Agile

Now, PMI, right? At the enterprise level we want encapsulated either value streams, products or business capabilities that can take strategic initiatives and reliably and predictably on a cadence of probably 12 to 24 weeks or something like that, be able to produce value into market.