Agile Scrum or Waterfall for Product Development

In this post – Agile Scrum versus Waterfall, I compare managing a software development project with the traditional waterfall approach and to managing the same software development using the agile/scrum framework. Waterfall Project Management In a traditional waterfall project the project phases cascade, like a waterfall, the phases are done in series, maybe with a…

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Earned Value Management the Easy Way

Earned Value Management Earned Value is based on the idea that the value of the product of the project increases as tasks are completed. And therefore the Earned Value is a measure of the real progress of the project. Earned Value provides a standard means of objectively measuring work accomplished by integrating cost, schedule and…

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The Perfect Resume

A resume or curriculum vitae (CV) is an outline of a person’s educational and professional history. But it’s more than that. It’s an advertisement. A skillful presentation created to arouse the interest of a prospective employer. Designed to highlight your strengths and capabilities. Laid out for easy reading, extraction of important data and to show that you are…

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Project Management Templates the Critical Five

There are too many project management templates and other documents, checklists, spreadsheets that can be included in the project information management system. And many informal documents will be created by project team members to record information or to make it easier for them keep track of progress or to explain the situation. But remember the…

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Project Phase or NOT a Project Phase!

Project Phase A project phase is a collection of logically related project activities, that when completed produces a major project deliverable. Remember, a project deliverable is a tangible, verifiable work product such as a feasibility study, a detail design, or a working prototype.

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