Projects in the near future will be managed with a hybrid of Agile and traditional waterfall processes to better address the speed to market, product innovation, and financial challenges that organizations face. The project managers who learn how to merge Agile with Waterfall methodologies first will gain a huge career advantage over those who lag behind. This engaging and highly instructive guide covers what Agile is, and how and when it is appropriate to blend it into your projects. Agile Practices for Waterfall Projects will help new and experienced project managers, stakeholders, and students of the discipline to proactively prepare for and ensure their future success. This valuable resource also contains all the terms and concepts needed for those planning to take the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)Ar exam.... 269 collaborating, 230a1 collective code ownership, 269 committed story points (CSP), 168 communications tools, 158a60 collaboration technology, 158 3D telecommunications, 159 Cisco Corporation, 159 ... 264 demonstration, 68 deployment phase, 273 Design That Matters, 225 development team, 263 digital video recorder (DVR), 132 ... 161a2 remote daily stand-ups, 160 team dysfunction, 154 travel, 161 work tracking tools, 160 documentation, in Agile, 259 burndown chartanbsp;...
|Title||:||Agile Practices for Waterfall Projects|
|Publisher||:||J. Ross Publishing - 2012-10-12|