ESP Compared to Kanban Method

Digite

He highlights this with the adoption path for Kanban cadences (meetings) as to how Kanban is bottom-up and inside-out approach whereas ESP is the top-down and outside-in approach. We also anticipate the adoption of the Kanban Cadences to be different.

Risk Management in Five Easy Pieces, with Apologies to Jack

Herding Cats

Herding Cats: Capabilities Release or Cadence Release. Managing Cost, Schedule, & Technical Performance Risk Is The Basis Of Good Project Management. Risk management is essential to the success of any significant project.

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Difference Between Agile Project Management and Scrum

Brad Egeland

It solves the common IT problems, like over budget and missing deadlines. Teams can ship software on a regular cadence by fixed-length iterations called sprints that last for one to two weeks. As the corporate world is rapidly changing in the form of support issues, customer demands, project requirements, many companies are not able to work on traditional business processes as they are not fast enough to deal with the ever-changing requirements.

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GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide Applied to Agile

Herding Cats

Either a Cadence Release Plan or a Capabilities Release Plan. You're late and over budget before you start, and have lowered the probability of technical success. The GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide has 12 steps.

Common Ground for a Conversation about Estimating

Herding Cats

Can these two Features 2015007 and 2015008 going to make into the next Cadence release, scheduled for the end of November?". In our domain that starts with a Broad Area Announcement to provide a "sanity check" to those asking for the solution to "test the bounds of the budget they may need to acquire the capabilities from the project. Neil Killick posted a good question, what's the common ground for talking about estimates.

Use This Free Project Status Report Template for Fast and Easy Project Reporting

Project Bliss

Project Budget. Report the Project Budget against what you’ve actually spent to date. You can share if the project is on budget, under budget or over budget. Be consistent – use a consistent format and cadence for your status reporting.