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Role of a Project Manager in Managing Agile Projects

Abstract With the advent of the agile project management methods, the role of a project manager has enhanced to satisfy the needs. The traditional project management principles are not enough to manage today’s large, complex projects. In this paper, we will review the role of a project manager in managing agile projects and how it is different from traditional project manager’s approaches. A comprehensive literature review on the changing roles of a project manager in an agile project is the theoretical foundation of the paper. Keywords: Agile, Project Manager, Waterfall, Sprint, Scrum, Scrum Master

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How C4R and BIM 360 Provide Improvements to AEC Projects

BIM 360, a construction management tool, is designed to help project managers, BIM managers and field managers to collaborate with various project stakeholders.

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Use Effective Project Integration Management to Drive Project Success

Project Management involves discipline in making sure that "all the i's are dotted and t's are crossed'. A product focus - or focus on the WHAT - helps drive priorities, and Project Integration Management helps drive the HOW. This article explores the keys to driving the required results, and also how to effectively manage the project management process using the Project Integration Management framework.

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The Top Three IT Projects Failure Reasons

Projects fail due to various reasons. This article describes the top three reasons for Information Technology (IT) project failures.

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How Michael Hart Revolutionized the Internet

Michael Hart is the oft-ignored father of e-books and much else in our Internet culture besides.

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2 Keys to Reduce Project Risk in the Requirements Process

Gathering and managing requirements are important challenges in project management. Most projects succeed or fail based upon the quality of the project requirements. The Project Manager needs to assess and understand the uniqueness of the requirements gathering process for his/her individual project.

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How to create your “Project Charter”

One of the greatest critical measures in the Project Life Cycle is the existence of the Project Charter. Without this papers, your project is same as a ship without a rudder. You have nothing to lead you in the right direction. So read this article to learn...

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Critical Path Software Training

Creating a realistic schedule is a key responsibility of any project manager. This schedule must be updated regularly throughout the duration of the project to ensure that the project manager is aware of any issues or delays that might affect the product delivery date. Too many delays can lead to additional expense, customer dissatisfaction and project failure.

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Choosing Your Project Handling Software

Read on to know what Project Handling Software fits your business.

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Project Management: Good Things of Being a Good Project Manager

A project manager is a really high post where many people suffer because of the lack of leadership skills and also because they have a very bad team who will not listen to one word they are saying. Project managers also have another problem, bosses who think they are superior and do not consider the project manager or the project experts.

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Difference Between Waterfall and Agile Model

All You Need to Know About Waterfall Methodologies Vs Agile: To Know what is the exact difference between the Waterfall and Agile methodology of Software Development and which is the best suitable model for your project with the pros and cons of each. Initially, it is very important for us to know the basic meaning of the terms Waterfall and Agile, before exploring the differences between them. In a simple way, we describe, Agile means ‘able to move quickly and easily’ and hence that is what it means when it comes to the Agile development methodology.

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The Perfect Project Manager

I've been working in the computer industry now for over 23 years. ... time, I've had the ... ... to work under ... project ... I don't mean the word ...

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How to Succeed As a Project Manager

A project manager is the person responsible for accomplishing the stated project objectives. Key project management techniques include creating and attainable project objectives, building the project requirements, and managing the triple constraints for projects, which cost time, money and quality.

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Readiness for the Project Management Professional Certification Exam - Tips Revealed!

The PMI® has made lot of changes to the Project Management professional exam and nowadays this exam is becoming very challenging and cracking it is really tough. This article provides you few tips to assess your readiness for the PMP® certification exam.

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