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Publisher Description

This book aims to help people who are looking for successful project management strategies that they can implement with their own team. 

Contrary to popular belief, agile is not a methodology but a philosophy that anyone can subscribe to if he wants his project to succeed. Many project managers use it and swear of its effectiveness in ensuring that the whole project is a success. Although commonly used in IT projects, the agile project management is applicable to all projects.

Why take this book?
 
You will be prepared to apply agile to your projectsYou will be able to speak about agile with confidence.You will understand the difference between agile and other methodologiesYou will learn why agile isn't only for IT or tech projects but it's actually applied across many industries worldwideYou will get tools and tipsYou will learn how to apply project management practices in an agile environment!
Agile project management has at its heart an aim to bring improvements in the project continuously as it proceeds, while being flexible, having complete team input, and delivering high-quality products or results. It has a scrum framework approach, which is to build quality first and eliminate maximum wastage. Organizations can utilize the different tools and techniques available to the team to build agile management as this proves to be more effective. 
This book covers:What Is Agile Project Management?The Scope of Agile Project Management Life CyclesPrinciples of Agile Project ManagementDifference Between Agile Project Management and Traditional Project ManagementHow to Create an Agile project TeamPlanning an Agile ProjectScrum Meetings and ProceduresTeamwork in Agile Project ManagementAgile Project Management in Today's MarketBenefits of Agile Project in an OrganisationHow to Lead an Agile Project TeamAnd much more

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2020
June 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
136
Pages
PUBLISHER
Jeff Branson
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
290
KB

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