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Read this article to explore how the iterative cycles used in agile software development create a series of deadlines for project teams. What could be the optimal iteration length under behavioural conditions for agile software projects? Read about this in the article by …
While agile methods have taken software development by storm, they have mostly been applied to what is referred to as the “agile sweet spot,” which consists of small co-located teams working on small, non-critical, green field, in-house software projects with stable architectures and simple governance rules. Read this article about how these methods are increasingly being used on large projects.
Read the article to learn about the process of Design Thinking, and how Design Thinking can contribute to Project Management in an innovation context.
Read this article to learn about how project managers face the challenge of completing projects within given budgets but without the relevant tools to deal with unidentified risks. This article introduces an approach for estimating reserves for both identified and unidentified risks separately.
Read the paper by Wang, Chen, Zhang, & Wang (2018) on contractual complexity in construction projects.
A systematic analysis of risk in project management is provided by Williams (2017).