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The Power of Prototyping

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The Power of Prototyping

By: Kreisler Ng, cPrime Director of Client Services In the world of Agile software development, it\'s common to hear mantras like “build, test, learn” and “fail fast.” It\'s good advice because failure can be expensive....

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Why Quarterly Portfolio Planning is Better Than Annual

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Why Quarterly Portfolio Planning is Better Than Annual

It’s quite common for companies to handle strategic planning on an annual basis, either on the calendar year or the fiscal year, or both. This made a lot of sense when business was more predictable...

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Annual Plans Are Becoming Obsolete.  3 Steps to Help Project Managers Adapt

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Annual Plans Are Becoming Obsolete. 3 Steps to Help Project Managers Adapt

If you\'ve been in the project management game for some time, you\'ve probably noted the slow but steady demise of the annual plan. In some respects, it\'s sad. After all, being able to look ahead...

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The 3 Essential Phases of Planning Successful Sprints

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The 3 Essential Phases of Planning Successful Sprints

The Sprint is the most basic iteration of the Agile process and probably the most popular Agile methodology in use. Essentially, a Sprint is a time-boxed period – usually 2-4 weeks long – during which...

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Portfolio Planning: The Decision Matrix

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Portfolio Planning: The Decision Matrix

Learn an easy and light weight way to calculate ROI and wisely plan your Portfolio initiatives. Which initiatives to undertake, when to stop initiatives underway, which initiatives to undertake first. Ready to take control of...

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Where Do You Land on the Agile Maturity Matrix?

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Where Do You Land on the Agile Maturity Matrix?

Agile is a journey, not a destination. There\'s not really a point at which you\'ve “gone Agile,” especially since the tools and best practices are constantly being enhanced. As with any important journey, a road...

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How to Estimate Capacity for Work in Agile Teams

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How to Estimate Capacity for Work in Agile Teams

by Kevin Thompson, Ph.D. Discussions about project planning and project management tend to focus mostly on understanding requirements and creating schedules. These things are important, but it is also important to understand that the work...

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