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Project live cycle: creating the core

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Presentation from Agile Pecha kucha event (5/19/2011). …

Presentation from Agile Pecha kucha event (5/19/2011).
It focuses on key points of project management you should pay attention to while creating effective project live cycle.

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  • 1. Project live cycle: creating the core http://www.livingstonforcongress.com/
  • 2. About me
    • Denys Lashchevskyi
    • Senior QA and QA coach
    • SysIQ http://sysiq.com/
    • IT experience: 4 years
    • [email_address]
  • 3. Each project is unique!
    • Market
    • Structure
    • People
    • Organization
    • Policies
    http://homesdeco.com
  • 4. Process
    • Agile or not – DOES NOT MATTER, at all.
    • Visible
    • Controlled
    • Result-oriented
    http://www.mos.org
  • 5. Team
    • Distributed or not – DOES NOT MATTER!
    • Result oriented
    • Open
    • Communication oriented
    http://tangledfringe.blogspot.com/
  • 6. Documentation
    • Structured
    • Detailed
    • Maintainable
    • Accessible
    http://vizconsult.wordpress.com
  • 7. OMG – reality is different!
    • Insufficient documentation
    • People are too different
    • To much reporting
    • Lack of stability
  • 8. Collect and compare
    • Issues
    • Actions
    • Feedback
    http://mi9.com
  • 9. ACT
    • Sort
    • Prioritize
    • Implement
  • 10. Ask for help
    • Request information
    • Involve the customer
    • Team may have ideas
  • 11. Speak up! http://www.nature.com
    • Communication unveils new
    • opportunities
  • 12. Introduce improvement
    • Everyone is informed
    • Understand the goal
    • Know how to use
  • 13. Prototype
    • Low cost
    • Proof of concept
    • Unveils issues
    • Unveils questions
  • 14. Review results with customer
    • Give and receive feedback
    • Make decisions
    • Re-arrange the priorities
    http://eakenwrites.wordpress.com
  • 15. Re-new & Re-view the project vision
    • Up-to-date
    • Well understood
    • Achievable
    http://www.mctmd.com
  • 16. Pay attention to your team
    • Motivated
    • Productive
    • Stable
    http://www.andybritnell.co.uk/services/Building-Effective-Teams.htm
  • 17. Control the deliverables
    • Manage workload
    • Create schedule
    • Milestones
    • Acceptance criteria
  • 18. Simplify things
    • Quality
    • Control
    • Vision
  • 19. Learn to say “No.”
    • Feedback
    • Alternatives
    • Fair play
    http://www.2time-sys.com
  • 20.
    • Hope you've enjoyed the presentation
    • Please send your feedback to:
    • [email_address]

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