First, there was the Agile Manifesto: a statement of intent and a set of four beliefs. Then came the 12 Agile Principles.
The term MVP has become common in Agile project management. In this video, I answer the question, ‘What is a Minimum Viable Product, or MVP?’
As project managers, we are constantly faced with the Need for Speed. Because one of the biggest challenges is the pace of change.
We often describe Project Management as a methodology-driven profession. And it’s true to a degree: there are a lot of Project Management methodologies.
Agile vs Waterfall. It’s one of those classic line-ups, and we can’t resist pitting two seemingly opposite contenders against one another.
In September 2017, the PMI published the Agile Practice Guide, in collaboration with Agile Alliance. Is the Guide part of core Project Management knowledge?
Estimating project work package times and the times it will take to build products or deliverables is one of the most difficult parts of Project Management. One great tool is Planning Poker. It comes from the world of Agile Project management, and Scrum, but is far more widely applicable. So, what is Planning Poker? Dr […]
You want to embrace Agile as part (or maybe all) of your Project Management practice. And you know that a good qualification will help you get the jobs you want, to put it to use. But there is such a wide range of choice. Which Agile Certification program should you follow? First, let me say […]
You’ve heard of Scrum… You’ve heard of Kanban… So, what is Scrumban? Dr Mike Clayton is founder of OnlinePMCourses.com. Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.
These days, every organization seems to be going Lean. So, what is Lean Project Management, and how does it relate to Agile Project Management? So, what is Lean Project Management? Dr Mike Clayton is founder of OnlinePMCourses.com. Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.