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Where is the Control Data in Agile Projects?

Traditional project control requires the collection of different types of data. These types include frequency counts, raw numbers, subject numeric ratings, and indicator and surrogate measures. But where do we find these in Agile managed projects? Advertisements

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How Agile Project and Critical Chaining Can Fit in Traditional IT

Previously, I encouraged the use of critical chaining estimation when creating project network models as opposed to traditional project pathing. The Agile Manifesto value to which that discussion pertains is: Customer collaboration over contract negotiation The ‘customer’ in this case

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