PM + Agile Methodology

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In multiple Agile transformations, a key to success was clearly seperating the activities and phases of a project management methodology and the execution methodologies. This allows a PM methodology to apply to technology and non-technology projects and it allows teams to select from a range of methods to build the final "product" to satisfy the objectives of the project.

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PM + Agile Methodology

  1. 1. Project Management MethodologyInitiation Planning Requirements Design Build Test Implement Closure Split PM and SDLC processes into 2 different processes to allow multiple methods for executing projects that are optimized for the nature of the work and the team.1
  2. 2. Project Management Methodology Initiation Planning Execution Closure Project charter Project scope definition Scope control Transition to operations Business case Risk assessment Cost control Financial wrap-up Initial approval Project team definition Schedule control Archive documentation Prioritization High-level plan / roadmap Status reporting High-level estimates Risk management High-level architecture Issues management2
  3. 3. Project Execution ManagementOption #1: Waterfall / Plan driven Requirements Design Build TestOption #2: Agile – Scrum / Iterative Release Release Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration R D B T R D B T R D B T R D B T R D B T R D B TOption #3: Agile – Lean / Flow Analysis Design Build Test Deploy 18 17 14 13 10 9 6 5 2 1 20 19 16 15 12 11 8 7 4 3Option #4: Basic Task List 1. Task list item 2. Task list item 3. Task list item…

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