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Agile Project Management

PM World Collection

There have been many articles and papers related to agile project management previously published in the PM World Journal and now included in the PM World Collection at http://pmworldlibrary.net/pm-world-collection/.

Relevant Articles and papers in PM World Collection

Cruise from Personal Agility to Organizational Agility - Featured Papers - Sivaraman, Raczka - February 2018

 

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Organizations

Scrum Alliance - Founded in 2001, Scrum Alliance® is the largest, most established and influential professional membership and certification organization in the Agile community. We are a nonprofit association with more than 500,000 certified practitioners worldwide.  Our vision is to “Transform the World of Work” with a mission to guide and inspire individuals, leaders, and organizations with practices, principles, and values that create workplaces that are joyful, prosperous, and sustainable.  More at https://www.scrumalliance.org/   (Aliakbarova)

 



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Papers, Reports, Studies

Frankova, P., Drahosova, M., Balco, P. (2016). Agile Project Management approach and its use in Big Data Management; Procedia Computer Science.  Authors discuss the agile approach to project management and suggest ways of using it in projects related to Big Data management. To download paper, click here. (Ovya RK)

Giammalvo, P.D. (2019). “Agile” is NOT a subset of Project Management BUT A Stand Alone Alternate Methodology that is Equal to Project Management. PM World Journal, Vol. VIII, Issue III (April). Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/pmwj80-Apr2019-Giammalvo-Agile-is-not-a-subset-of-project-management.pdf

Kerscher, S.; Günzel, H. (2019); SCRUM4CONSULTING – Agile Project Management for Consulting Projects; presented at the 8th Scientific Conference on Project Management in the Baltic States, University of Latvia, April 2019; republished in the PM World Journal, Vol. VIII, Issue V, June.  Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/pmwj82-Jun2019-Kerscher-Gunzel-SCRUM4CONSULTING-Agile-project-management.pdf

Seabra, C. and Almeida, A.M. (2015). Project Management on Multimedia Projects - Preliminary Results on Communication, Interaction and Team Work Dynamics – from Procedia Computer Science- Conference on Enterprise Information Systems/International Conference on Project Management/Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies, CENTERIS/ProjMAN / HCist 2015 October 7-9, 2015. The paper describes research into the applicability of agile methodologies on multimedia development projects. To learn more: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877050915027684.

Sohi, A. J., Hertogh, M., Bosch-Rekveldt, M., Blom, R. (2016). Does lean & agile project management help coping with project complexity? ScienceDirect journal; Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 226, 14 July 2016, Pages 252-259. To access this paper, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042816308722  (Kumar)


Articles, Blogs, Opinions

Alma, N. (2018) - The Journey of an Agile Leadership Team, an experience reported by Agile Coach Nienke Alma. This story follows the Journey of a POCLAC team at ING, Netherlands which introduced a new way of agile working in 2015. In an Agile organization, a POCLAC is a special coalition of Product Owner, Chapter Lead, Agile Coach to share knowledge and insights for one objective – to help the squads to perform even better. This report shows how these three roles strengthened their relationship and became an effective agile leadership team in their journey. Agilealliance.com, August. Available online at https://www.agilealliance.org/resources/experience-reports/the-power-of-three-the-journey-of-an-agile-leadership-team/ (Gopireddy)

Asthana, P. (2017). Is Agile Project Management Fit for Small Tech Start-Ups?  - Article published on the Scrum Alliance website in February is a useful source of information about agile approaches to project management. To download the article, go to: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/articles/2017/february/is-agile-project-management-fit-for-small-tech-sta (Aliakbarova)

Barbalat, L. (2019), Scrum Sundae; Project Times, January 15. This article gives cases when the standard scrum is not enough and variation to the procedures should take place.  Available online at https://www.projecttimes.com/articles/scrum-sundae.html (Itodo)

What's the Difference? Agile vs Scrum vs Waterfall vs Kanban - Project Management has different techniques to follow while a project is progressing during the project lifecycle. This article explains the differences between Scrum, Waterfall and Kanban. Each has advantages and disadvantages, stages, and when you should use each one.  To learn more click on: https://www.smartsheet.com/agile-vs-scrum-vs-waterfall-vs-kanban

Martin, S. and Abdelsadek, K. (2017).  Managing an Agile Program? Consider an AMO, Deloitte Insights, September 7th.  This article discusses the risks and pitfalls of a traditional PMO and the mismatch between traditional PMO techniques and an Agile project manifests. It introduces the concept of Agile Management Office (AMO) which operates in an effective way to monitor the progress of Agile projects. Further the article highlights the key features that makes an AMO unique. Available online at https://www2.deloitte.com/insights/us/en/industry/public-sector/agile-in-government-management-office.html (Gopireddy)

Rigby, D. K., Sutherland, J. and Takeuchi, H. (2016). Embracing Agile – An article in Harvard Business Review, May, 2016, on understanding Agile management in depth in order to use it more effectively and with the right conditions. For more, go to https://hbr.org/2016/05/embracing-agile). (Kumar)

Shenoy, A. (2019). Estimation in Story Points, PM World Journal, Volume VIII, Issue V, June. Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/pmwj82-Jun2019-Shenoy-estimation-in-story-points.pdf

Sulaiman, T. and Smits, H.  Measuring Integrated Progress on Agile Software Development Projects - This paper was posted on Methods and Tools, a software development publication website. Agile software development methods have been shown to be effective: software is developed faster, with higher quality, and better meeting changing business priorities and changing market conditions. The prevailing wisdom was that EVM techniques were too difficult to implement effectively on an Agile project, and that EVM could not easily cope with changing requirements. The EVM techniques have been adopted for Agile projects, and the correctness of the results has been proven in the referenced research [1]. AgileEVM is a light-weight, and easy to use adaptation of the traditional EVM techniques which provides the benefits of traditional EVM in Agile projects. This paper discusses this approach.  To read article, go to http://www.methodsandtools.com/archive/archive.php?id=61//  Onwunalu

 

 

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