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Agile Project Management QuickStart Guide

Agile Project Management, Simplified

Are you tired of being unprepared for changing project requirements?

“We welcome changing requirements even late in development.”

That is one of the 12 Principles of Agile Project Management, and for many project managers changing requirements are a massive headache.

Not the case with Agile.

Over the last decade and a half, Agile Project Management has surged in popularity across the globe. Organizations of all types and sizes have leveraged Agile with enviable results.

Agile Project Management is a flexible, responsive, and powerful tool for a project manager’s toolkit.

As a project manager, you know that Agile will deliver tremendous organizational benefits, but do you know enough about Agile to reap the rewards?

The Agile Project Management QuickStart Guide from ClydeBank Business dives into the core mechanics and intricacies (along with the many variations and spin-offs) of Agile Project Management while maintaining a beginner-friendly approach.

Stakeholder needs are always changing. Agile Project Management thrives on change.

Written and designed with simplicity and ease of learning in mind, the Agile Project Management QuickStart Guide is the critical first step on your self-paced Agile learning journey.

**New** Your purchase comes with free lifetime access to our collection of relevant digital assets. These guides, summaries, checklists, and cheat sheets enhance your learning journey and supplement this QuickStart Guide
160 printed pages
Original publication
2017

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    Mojo Advicehas quoted7 months ago
    what the customer wants and then planning how to provide it, which happens during the Executing stage. Agile, on the other hand, uses the looser terms of Envisioning and Speculating to describe the first two stages, and then Exploring to refer to the actual implementation of the plan. This is because in Agile, the execution of that specific increment does not represent the sole or entire execution phase of the project and, generally, the project is not subject to a fixed product description.
    Mojo Advicehas quoted7 months ago
    The Initiating and Planning stages in the traditional Waterfall process involve identifying
    Mojo Advicehas quoted7 months ago
    Individuals & Interactions over Processes & Tools

    Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation

    Customer Collaboration over Contract Negotiation

    Responding to Change over Following a Plan

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