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Agile versus Traditional Project Management

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Learn how agile project management uses traditional techniques in a flexible and dynamic way to handle unknown circumstances.

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Agile versus Traditional Project Management

  1. Agile vs Traditional Project Management A Comparison
  2. Which Approach to take? <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  3. Traditional Agile Choosing Approach Approach A Path 1 2 3 <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  4. Traditional Approach 1 <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  5. framework Provides a structured In which to operate <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  6. 5 key STEPS <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  7. 1. Initiation Establish objectives, stakeholders, deliverables and limitations of cost and time. <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  8. 2. Planning Establish a baseline which itemizes all activities and resources; and estimates materials and time scales. <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  9. 3. Execution Perform the planned activities to make sure that essential work is done and the goal is achieved. . <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  10. 4. Tracking Monitor the progress of each activity and modify the schedule as necessary. . <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  11. 5. Closing Deliverables are produced and the project is evaluated to learn lessons for the next time. <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  12. 2 Agile Approach <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  13. The same traditional steps are performed, but multiple iterations are used. Iteration 1 Iteration 2 Iteration 3 … <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  14. it's own deliverables and closing processes. Each iteration has its own set of goals,
  15. the final closing processes can be performed. When all iterations are completed, <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  16. Choosing A Path 3 <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  17. Traditional Use the approach <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  18. • When a project is relatively familiar • The goal and solution are easy to identify • The scope and deliverables are clear. <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  19. Agile Use the approach <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  20. • When dealing with unfamiliar territory • The solution itself is unknown • There are several possible outcomes. <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  21. Agile is growing in popularity <a href="http://projectmanagementbuzz.com/"> Agile vs Traditional</a>
  22. www.Project Management Buzz.com

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