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What Are the Advantages of Scrumban?

What Are the Advantages of Scrumban? The chances are that you are already working in an Agile project world and know quite well Scrum or Kanban. But have you heard about Scrumban!? The clue is in the name Scrum + (Kan)ban and makes a highly capable framework. Srumban is a …

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When Should You Not Use Agile? Not So Simple Answer

When Should You Not Use Agile? The Agile manifesto has literally changed the project world regardless if your organisation is using Agile or not. Still, should you use Agile in your project or organisation? What are the indicators where we should be avoiding it? Some projects or environments are not …

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Does Kanban have a Product Owner? Simple Answer

Does Kanban have a Product Owner? Simple Answer Agile, Agile, Agile, loads of people preaching about the excellent benefits, but there is much less talk about how to implement it from my experience. Nobody would blame you if you were planning to create new roles like Scrum’s Product Owner when implementing a …

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Can Kanban have sprints? Simple Answer

Can Kanban have sprints? Simple Answer Agile methodology has multiple frameworks with different tools and methods between each other. One of the most popular ones is Kanban. When people talk about Agile, they often brought up sprints, but does Kanban have a sprint? If you are interested, then you are …

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Best Non-Technical Books For Project Management

Best Non-Technical Books For Project Management  Become A Better Professional In a project world, you have countless courses, certificates and technical books. However, in this post, I would like to look into five non-technical books I found to be very insightful, and I could apply them to my project management …

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Does Agile have a project plan?

Does Agile have a project plan? You have likely heard about this super flexible project management methodology by the name of “Agile”. The idea behind it is to have a method to manage projects that can adjust quickly to changing environments. I do not know about you, but I see …

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How To Write a Good Requirement? 14 Qualities

How To Write a Good Requirement? 14 Qualities In project management, everyone talks about requirements and classifications, like technical, software, functional, business and non-functional. But have you ever considered what makes a good requirement? A good requirement should be clear, complete and correct. The latter means the final delivery addresses business needs. A clear …

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How to do a SWOT Analysis for Project Management

How to do a SWOT Analysis for Project Management (+Example) When working on a project either as a Project Manager or Business Analyst, you want to know your work’s context and contribution. A SWOT analysis is a strategic decision-making and planning technique widely used to understand the business environment, and …

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What Business Resources Used In Project Management?

What Business Resources Used In Project Management? When you work as a project manager or business analyst, you need to understand business resources, which can be considered for the project. The company’s resources are what executives and project managers have to play with to achieve their objectives and develop a …

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MOST Analysis in Project Management: Internal Factors

MOST Analysis in Project Management: Internal Factors If you are looking to understand MOST Analysis, you are probably interested in strategy tools or internal business’s and project’s environments. The MOST analysis is a simple but very powerful technique. Combining other techniques can help provide a full picture of the current …