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Agile Unplugged: EP 02 | Mike Cottmeyer and Dennis Stevens

Leading Agile

Listen to the Agile Unplugged Podcast on the go! Find and subscribe to Agile Unplugged on: Apple Podcasts. Agile Unplugged is your chance to explore LeadingAgile’s freshest ideas, mental models, frameworks, and solutions with the people that are actually doing the work of leading large-scale Agile Transformation, out in the field. You’re more of a Lean, doing some of the Oh gosh, what was the, critical chain project management?

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Top 20 Project Management Methodologies & their Scions: Which One You Should Choose & Why?

Taskque

It is critical the right project management methodology based on project needs and avoid making common project management mistakes to drive your projects to success. Here are the 20 most popular project management methodologies and their scions: Agile. Critical Path Method. Critical Chain Project Management. Agile. Agile project management methodology follows an iterative model to bring continuous improvements and ensure consistent product delivery.

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Top 20 Project Management Methodologies & their Scions: Which One You Should Choose & Why?

Taskque

It is critical the right project management methodologies based on project needs and avoid making common project management mistakes to drive your projects to success. Here are the 20 most popular project management methodologies and their scions: Agile. Critical Path Method.

The Definitive Guide to Project Management Methodologies

Workamajig

Higher risk: The rigidity of this methodology means that if you find an error or need to change something, you have to essentially start the project from the beginning. This substantially increases the risk of project failure. Agile. Agile, another software development-focused PM methodology, emerged as a response to the failure of Waterfall method for managing complex projects. In approach and ideology, Agile is the opposite of the Waterfall method.

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Applicability of Agile/Lean/Kanban Methods for fixed scope/budget projects (with short duration)

Sudipta Lahiri

In this case, would it make more sense to go for: a) Pure Critical chain or Microsoft project plan based date based approach b) Combination approach: Critical chain based planning followed by Kanban execution. Result : The team, working independently, had identified 18 positives vs 14 negatives in adapting Lean/Kanban/Agile principles to fixed scope, fixed budget projects with a short duration That a very positive reinforcement of their suitability.

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The 30 Most Popular Project Management Articles from 2017

MavenLink

These three articles share some of the best practices and how-to articles to help your business reduce risks and avoid costly mistakes. Takeaway: Ensuring strategic alignment, benefits realization, the linkage between strategy formulation and execution, executive sponsorship, hiring the right talent, adopting agile practices, and tackling technology disruption are keys to success. Scrum agile project management: The smart person's guide (TechRepublic). Risk Management.

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Project Management Methodologies Review (Part 1)

Wrike

Agile Project Management. Agile is like tasting our project as we go and adjusting it accordingly. Confused about the difference between APF and Agile? With Agile, your end goals are less defined. Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM). CCPM avoids that by building a project schedule that first identifies a “critical chain” of tasks and then reserving resources for those tasks. Critical Path Method (CPM).

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