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Top 10 Project Management Methodologies – An Overview

ProjectManager.com

Scrum Methodology. What It Is: Scrum is a short “sprint” approach to managing projects. The scrum methodology is It’s ideal for teams of no more than 10 people, and often is wedded to two-week cycles with short daily meetings, known as daily scrum meetings. It’s led by what is called a Scrum master.

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Embracing an Innovative Mindset

Tony Adams

Standard project delivery approaches (Waterfall, Agile, Critical Chain, Prince 2, Lean, Scrum and Extreme Project Management) remain de rigeur, each deconstructing project effort to smaller, more manageable components – without addressing the complexity of environment within which they are applied.

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

Sudipta Lahiri

This session objective was to address challenges faced by Lean-Kanban practitioners in their projects. 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.

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Beyond Practices: What’s at the Core of Agile Transformation?

Leading Agile

You know, our core belief is that there is no amount of scrum, there’s no amount of scale to Agile, there’s no amount of large scale scrum practices that are going to help you be successful. We don’t put the RAID governance strategies in place, we don’t put the right metrics, strategies in place.

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Agile Unplugged: EP 02 | Mike Cottmeyer and Dennis Stevens

Leading Agile

And then tying that together into a network and then applying Lean principles to designing an organization that can get stuff done. And I was working at version one at the time and so like I’m like all in like, not like team level scrum. I was operating in a different space, candidly. – Right. – That’s right.

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Top 12 Most Relevant Project Management Books You Need to Read

ActiveCollab

The book compares agile to waterfall, breaks down various agile methodologies (Scrum, Kanban, XP, FDD, Lean, Crystal, etc.), They are famous for introducing Kanban, continuous improvement, lean, visual control, pull system, quality management, JIT, 4P, 5S, etc. Critical Chain by Eliyahu M.

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Top 12 Most Relevant Project Management Books You Need to Read

ActiveCollab

The book compares agile to waterfall, breaks down various Agile methodologies (Scrum, Kanban, XP, FDD, Lean, etc.), Take any course in management, and you’ll hear about Toyota and how they introduced concepts such as Kanban, continuous improvement, lean, visual control, pull system, quality management, JIT, 4P, 5S, etc.