What exactly is the difference between the Agile and phase-based project management frameworks? Is one approach more effective than the other? In some ways, this is the question when discussing project management.
Barbara Schrage, PMP, MCPM has been an instructor at the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development since 2006.
Andrew Blessing is the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development Program Coordinator.
Tim Spice, a community member who has recently completed his third CPED Professional Development Certificate, has propelled his career path by expanding his skillsets with both technical and leadership development.
A use case has been described as a formalized story that illustrates how someone procedurally interacts with an existing or proposed system.
CPED’s Project Leadership Communication program develops the skills necessary to manage conflict effectively.
It is important for scrum masters, product owners, and teams not to outsmart themselves when developing their relative sizing scales. Effective Agile teams must develop a simple, repeatable scale for feature-level sizing and story point estimating.
Once A project portfolio has been defined and approved, it needs to be optimized and re-balanced for performance and business value within resource capacity constraints.
The goal of project portfolio management is to work on the right projects at the right time for the right costs balanced to resource capacity to achieve the strategic and business objectives of the organization.
Project Portfolio Management is a set of business processes that allows organizations to select the right projects at the right time to achieve strategic business goals.