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125 Project Management Buzzwords

The IIL Blog

Agile team A cross-functional group of individuals (e.g., Product Owner, Scrum Master, Development team members) who work collaboratively to deliver value in an Agile project. Benchmarking Identifying a project performance indicator or practice, then assessing it against industry standards or best practices.

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7 Secrets to Successful Project Manager/Team Collaboration

Rebel’s Guide to PM

As project managers, it’s important that we know how to best support our development teams (and vice versa), especially in Agile environments. A lot of the points below relate to teams in Agile environments , but can apply to any type of project team. Elisa Cepale. Tasks are continually added during the project.

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Managing risk

Scrum.org

Often I hear people say that Scrum does not take care of risk: there is no risk log, risk is not on the agenda of the Sprint Review or Retrospective as a standard agenda-item. The Development Teams need to be accountable for the quality of the product and how it's made. That's a risk right there!

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Embrace a Scrum Revolution: Your New Year's Resolution Guide

Scrum.org

Instead of aiming for a grand unveiling at the end of an initiative, teams practicing incremental delivery deliver a series of small, functional increments throughout the development cycle. By adopting this approach, teams can respond swiftly to changing requirements and deliver value to stakeholders consistently. 4) Try Scrum.

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7 Secrets to Successful Project Manager/Team Collaboration

Rebel’s Guide to PM

As project managers, it’s important that we know how to best support our development teams (and vice versa), especially in Agile environments. By setting a common basis the team will have a clear focus to support the decision-making process , and ways to measure whether success is achieved. Elisa Cepale.

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Is this "The Perfect Daily Scrum"?

Scrum.org

It's a key inspect and adapt opportunity for the Development Team, encouraging them check their progress towards the Sprint Goal and adjust their plan accordingly. It's also supposed to be an event for the Development Team and run by the Development Team but as we know in "the real world" it's not always implemented that way!

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Scope of Resource Planning in Project Management for Agile Teams

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According to the textbook definition , here’s what we’re looking at: Resource planning is a key part of project management. And it is closely linked to the development of schedules and cost plans. As PMBOK Guide states that “ Resource planning is—next to cost estimating, budgeting and control—a part of project cost management.”.