Scrum and Kanban are two terms that are often (incorrectly) used interchangeably or considered to be two sides of the same coin. There are significant differences between these two Agile techniques.
How to find the best Scrum Master for your team and organization? Many teams often ask who is the best person to fill the Scrum Master role. The assumption is that this role is best filled by someone who was previously a project manager [or is the current project manager of a team]. Clients ask: “What’s the difference between leading a RUP (or Waterfall) team, and leading a Scrum Team?”
What Is Agile Programming?
Agile programming is an approach to project management, typically used in software development. It helps teams react to the instability of building software through incremental, iterative work cycles, known as sprints. But before turning our discussion to the details of agile programming, it’s best to start at the beginning with the project management paradigm that preceded it: waterfall, or traditional sequential development.
There are many reasons for using the Scrum framework for your work. Some of the reasons may be the popular Scrum facilities to handle complex problems in the face of dynamically changing requirements. However, other reasons for using Scrum may be quite subjective and commercial. The article also examines the reasons why an organization will not intentionally use the Scrum framework in its work, even when circumstances warrant it.
What are Quality control and quality assurance? These two topics have very similar terms but different practices and meanings. These subjects apply to both classic waterfall project management and Agile methodologies. This article is published after the validity check of the Masters Project Management Body PM.MBA
Quality Management in Project Management and Agile practices is one of the most important topics in every product development process. Quality management in classical Waterfall project management practices and in Agile practices have very similar approaches.