Agile Project Management

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Agile Project Management

Successful project management requires an approach that allows for continuous adaption of requirements to meet market and customer needs. We have worked with dozens of software teams to successfully deliver projects of all sizes using agile tools and techniques including Scrum and Kanban.

What is Agile Project Management?

  • focus on results
  • short cycles, iterative approach and value at the end of each cycle
  • emphasis on human aspects
  • small skilled teams, customer is member of project team
  • quick and efficient
  • lean processes, quick response to change, low overhead

Agile Project Management solutions will help you meet your business objectives and maximize your return on investment.

Benefits of Agile Project Management

  • customer focused - Customers as part of the project team and feedback loops built into the project
  • visible results - Short development cycles (sprints) with functional software elements in every cycle
  • improved communication - Daily coordination and feedback between project team and customer
  • flexibility - Iterative approach with short reaction times for changes
  • fast to market - Rapid implementation of the solution through peak efficiency and agile methods
  • high success rate - Proven higher success probability of agile projects

Planning a project? I would be happy to help you.

Agile Delivers

According to the annual survey “The Chaos Manifesto”, conducted by the Standish Group in 2018, agile projects are almost twice as successful as projects implemented using the traditional Waterfall model, with less than half the failed projects.

Agile Project Management Solutions

  • Project selection process – determining the ROI on potential projects
  • Project Initiation & Planning – scope/SOW development, WBS, budget & schedule development
  • Monitoring, Controlling & Closing a project – day-to-day management of the project team
  • Scrum Master – leading and coaching agile teams in agile process
  • Project audit – determining the true status of the project
  • Project gap analysis – identifying the work remaining on the project to meet the project goal
  • Project re-planning – developing an estimate to completion, updated project schedule and revitalizing the project team
  • Root cause analysis – identifying how the project got into trouble and implementing changes in process and procedure to prevent a recurrence

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