Check out “I intend to …, and …” by Henry Dittmer. Here is an excerpt:
I was co-training an Agile for Teams workshop with Rob Myers last week. This group had been trying to do Scrum, with some success. Our job was to help them solidify their Scrum practice. I love workshops like these. There’s enough knowledge and experience in the room that if willing to…
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Clase Abierta MBA Part Time. Gestión de Proyectos según la metodología planteada por el Project Management Institute (PMI).
Pedro Luis Muñoz Royo, Actualmente trabaja en AIRBUS. Departamento de Operaciones. Responsable del Cono de Cola del fuselaje del avión A350.
Critical path Method In Project Management is one of the fundamental scheduling concepts. It is a way to prioritize activities in one’s project schedule. Developed by DuPont, the method makes sense when we have dependencies between task and is assuming that we are talking about the current schedule.
This video explains what critical path is and why it is important on projects. It is a fragment of my Project Management With Microsoft Project Master Class on Udemy.
Go to the URL below to learn more about Project Management With Microsoft Project:
Or, check it out on my website: http://www.with-igor.com
Check out Limit Engagement, Limit Success – Scientific Management Problems by Jake Calabrese. Here is an excerpt:
We require environments where people can provide input and ideas. If we limit engagement, we limit success. We still have organizations who either believe or act like they believe some types of workers are “stupid.” This idea dates back to the ideas surrounding Scientific Management, Fredrick…
This video demonstrates our typical agile software development cycle: kick off, planning, development, testing, demonstration, deployment.
Check out Agile and stage gates by John Goodpasture. Here is an excerpt:
One of my Agile Project Management students asked me about stage gates and agile.
My first response was this:
Agile is not a gated methodology, primarily because scope is viewed as emergent, and thus the idea of pre-determined gate criteria is inconsistent with progressive elaboration and…