Templates in Atlassian Confluence

If your organization uses Atlassian products, then you might have already used templates in Confluence. Why Confluence? Confluence provides version control and can act as a project documentation repository. It...
Scrumban

Scrumban: An Overview

Scrumban is a hybrid agile development methodology which was originally developed to help projects transition from Scrum to Kanban. The term was coined by Corey Ladas; author of “Scrumban: Essays...
Project Scope Creep

Scope Creep: What is it, and how to avoid it?

The PMBOK® Guide describes scope creep as “adding features and functionality (project scope) without addressing the effects on time, costs, and resources, or without customer approval”. Even if the project finally gets...
Project Planning: What Questions To Ask?

6 Questions to Ask When Starting a New Project

So you’re going to be the Project Manager for a new client. You want to be successful at it and in order to do that, you would want to plan...
Critical Path Method

What is Critical Path Method?

Critical Path Method (CPM) is a resource utilization algorithm for scheduling your project tasks. The objective in CPM is to: List all the tasks in the project with the dependencies...
Project Status Report

Project Status Reports

A project status report summarizes a project’s overall progress. A status report is an important communication tool that should be published to key stakeholders on a regular basis. The stakeholders...
RACI Chart

Stakeholder analysis using RACI charts

A RACI chart or matrix identifies the key roles and responsibilities against major tasks within a project. It serves as a visual of the role each person on a team...
Agile Software Development

Introduction to Agile

Agile is the ability to respond and adapt to change. Software development is done iteratively, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing and cross-functional teams. Agile development enables...
Waterfall Development Methodology

The Waterfall Development Methodology

The Waterfall Development Methodology is a sequential-order life cycle model. The project moves from one phase to the next phase sequentially.  It can be considered as the “traditional” development model....
Project Management post COVID-19

Changes to Project Management post-COVID

Do you see any changes to Project Management post-COVID? Would it remain the same? Would it change? This article captures some of my ramblings related to this. Short Answer: Project...
Project Sponsor

Project Sponsor: Roles & Responsibilities

  PMI defines a Project Sponsor as an individual (often a manager or executive) with overall accountability for the project. He or she is primarily concerned with ensuring that the project...
Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

Who is a Stakeholder? Stakeholders are individuals and organizations that are actively involved in the project, or whose interests may be affected as a result of project execution or project...
Project Management - Plan Do Check Act

What is Project Management?

A simple definition for Project Management would be Getting Things Done! If you look up Wikipedia, It is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of...
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