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5 Reasons Why Agile Project Management Is Important


With organizations aiming to build work environments that promote flexibility and client satisfaction, there’s a host of brand new management techniques which are being applied to various projects across different industries. One strong trend in management is agile project management, which is based on values such as productivity, adaptability and collaboration. Since agile management lacks…

Why And How To Use PM Methodology

Why And How To Use PM Methodology

Want to learn how to use different project management methodologies? Watch the following video presented by our expert from https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_s… and learn four of the most commonly used ones. Check it out: Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60BCIOD06lA

6 Project Management Methodologies

Project Management Methodologies

In this video, Ash delivers six project management methodologies and when you should use them in five minutes. Don’t forget to check out their Blog on project management to learn more:http://www.easyprojects.net/blog/ Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIQwEsuydH0

Applying Agile Project Management to ISD


Agile Project Management is a method for managing a creative project process, one in which team members experiment and observe to improve a product as it is developed. Agile project management works well when the design and development involves creative and complex decisions, when the specifications may not be well defined, and when business needs shift.…

Walmart Embraces Microservices to Get More Agile


 by: Mike Vizard The retailer is using open-source technologies to build applications using thousands of microservices that can be dynamically invoked using well-defined APIs. As part of an effort to make the world’s largest retailer more agile, Walmart Labs has been working behind the scenes to define a microservices architecture that leverages a two-year effort to…

The Collective Memory of the Team


by: Robert Galen If you’ve any experience in Agile approaches for software development, one of the common arguments surrounds documentation. Mostly it centers on software requirements, but it also extends to other forms of documentation, for example, design or user-centered documentation. Many Agile teams struggle with documentation. My experience aligns with folks leaning one of two…