In its simplest form, a project scope defines four essentials: 1) the activities and tasks to be performed, 2) the deliverables (outcomes to be delivered), 3) the roles and resources to be allocated, and 4) the constraints or boundaries within which the project team can work to complete the activities.
Category: PM Framework
Explore generic processes, tasks, and tasks of a project management framework and how to transition a project from start to finish.
In this article, we will walk through the common phases in IT project management aligned with the traditional “Waterfall” and Agile approaches.
There are many different aspects that we might consider when we want to measure quality in project management. Quality can either be measured by achieving the project goals or benefits, maintaining the level of performance over time, establishing what proportion of resources are devoted to high-quality activities.
Regardless of the project you have on your plate, setting out a management strategy is key to its success. Effective project management is particularly important at the moment, and small businesses are being empowered by various technologies, delivering efficiency improvements and cost savings. IT projects are therefore a vital part of any organization, so here are some tips to help you manage them optimally.
We’re sick of listening: “agile is a methodology,” “agile is a procedure,” or “agile is a project model.” No! Agile is everything, but these, our dear readers! And if we’re...