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Meet Your Project Management Conflicts Head-on (Without Cracking Skulls)

Now despite the premise of this post, not all conflict in a technical project is bad. Healthy teams resolve their conflicts through respectful discussion of the technical, practical, or organizational impact of each competing option. However, the emotional investment team

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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?

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Process Innovation: Critical chain project networks better suited for Agile project management

Whereas critical pathing in traditional project networks helps focus a project on those activities that could impact the delivery schedule, the structure imposed is too detailed, too rigid, and does little to integrate resource commitments. Critical chains integrate resource commitments

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