Now that Agile has established itself as the dominant new trend in software development, the number of books that deal with this topic is increasing every day. Besides the fact that Mike Cohn is a recognized expert in the area of agile project management, why should you buy his book...
The Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN) is a 501(c)6 non profit organization that is focused on making people great project leaders by focusing on the following: * Value * Customer * Context * Teams * Individuals * Uncertainty These ideas are described further in the Declaration of Interdependence, which was...
Why is it called “agile” project management? Could it be called “agile project” management. This is the endless discussion, that has no resolution. Or at least no resolution that has any value. Glen Alleman try to to put agility back into conventional project management.
This blog post is about how to improve software project estimations by breaking tasks into sizes no larger than one productive day.
The article “Agile, Multidisciplinary Teamwork” by Gautam Ghosh presents techniques and tools used to create requirements with a team composed of the different participants of agile projects.
This post presents what is successful project management and reasons for the popularity of Scrum.
The article “Adaptive Project Management Using Scrum” by Craig Murphy provides a basic overview of Scrum, an agile process for managing software development project.
The article “The Upside of Downsizing” describes how a project was successfully downsized from 100 to 12 developers. To make such a dramatic adjustment the development process was switched to Scrum and user stories.