Agile Project Management Methods




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Hussam A. Mandil
Project Manager, United Arab Emirates

Agile Project Management Methods

We have to quit using traditional project management methodologies, especially in IT projects. The right way to go is flexibility. Being agile, thatís the name of the game!
 

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Beulah Dianne Suddith, United States
 

Project Flexibility and Being Agile

One way to be flexible and agile with projects is to do research mulitple vendors, this provides choice. For example, when procuring vendors for a project, research as many as possible that have the qualities that are being sought after. Doing this provides a choice of vendors that can be used. If something happens that causes one vendor not to be able to fulfill the requirements, we then have other vendors available to choose.
Another way to be flexible is in assignment of tasks. Tasks can be assigned using rotation of tasks. For example, assign tasks to be performed by each team member for a specific amount of time. After that time period is finished, reassign the tasks to different team members. This will allow each team member to contribute to the project and experience different aspects of the project.

 
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Iskandar Hussein Mohamed Hussein, Malaysia
 

Issues with Rotating Tasks

The ability to rotate tasks has it own pre-requisite: team members that are involved in rotational w... Sign up

 
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T. Stahl, Canada
 

PROs and CONs of Being Agile

I agree that flexibility and agility are key to project success, but also believe that "traditional"... Sign up

 
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Derek Dorzie, Ghana
 

Agile Project Management Methods

I think that I agree with Stahl. To continuously change with the environment does not represent agil... Sign up

 
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Shankar Lakkaraju, India
 

Agile? Where?

I think to implement any agile methodology we as a person (team members also) should be agile first.... Sign up

 
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Vaibhav Behere, India
 

Agile is Much More Than Change Adoption

@Shankar: I would disagree that agile is more of change adoption than a process. Agile actually enab... Sign up

 
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Luis, China
 

Agile versus Traditional Project Management Methodologies

Both agile project management methodology and traditional project management methodology have their ... Sign up

 
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Lesley Beal, Canada
 

Adapt Project Tools to Facilitate Agile People Change

As in any change project, the effected resources need to be prepared, so they can adopt the change. ... Sign up

 
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John Rogers, USA
 

How Agile Works in Software Development Projects

In the software domain, the "agile manifesto" provides ground rules for a rapid application design a... Sign up

   

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