Interesting case history of adapting Agile and how one design firm that found size of project determined the methodolgy that worked best. There are some good links at the end of the article for those new to agile or thinking of taking the plunge.
Great article that goes beyond the general suggestions and good versus evil discussions that usually surround Web PM methodologies. I love this quote, "Agile goes beyond as a methodology, it’s a mindset, management discipline and governance practice." This is a needed article and highly recommended.
There are some good points here, although I don't agree with number 3: Don't Make Assumptions. Everyone makes assumptions. The trick isn't avoid making assumptions but to make sure everyone knows what your assumptions are so there can be an open discussion of whether your assumptions are valid or not. Learning to recognize and then articulate your assumptions is an important skill for a Web Project Manager, the client and the team.
Agile project management can be tough. In this Q&A, Mindjet's Director of Program Management, Don Souza, offers solutions to five top pain points.
Love the quote "everyone has to know something about project management." Actually, I think Project Management should be a basic skill taught in school. If you are working on anything that has a goal, you need to know project management!
As more organizations transition from traditional waterfall to agile methodologies, confusion often abounds around the role of project manager. What happens to the project manager and the project management role during an agile transformation?
Your organization has made the transition from traditional Web project management to an Agile methodology, but where does that leave you? Are you now a Web Project Manager, a Product Owner or a Scrum Master? Read this article for insight into these roles and how to transition into them.
Today Mindjet introduced Mindjet ProjectDirector, a unified project management suite for teams.
Mind mapping with project management for the entire team. This is a new approach. Although the product hasn't been released, you might want to check this one out. If it is the answer you've been looking for, some advance planning would be helpful.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about how agile business processes are causing different aspects of project management to shift away from the typical
More & more people are asked to manage projects, but results are stronger when PMO remains involved. Also, need for training greater than ever. This is a good article for those in larger organizations.
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