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7 Things Change Management Can Learn From Tech Media Sites

Change management needs to become more agile to communicate the iterative changes that agile development and DevOps bring to enterprise users. Most industry-accepted definitions of change management revolve around its systematic approach for driving business and technology change at both the organization and employee level. While agile development and DevOps are rewriting the definitions of...

How Do Project Managers Use Agile? A Software Advice Report

Is Agile project management really the new wave of how organizations will manage their projects? There’s no doubt that Agile is being heralded as a more effective way for teams across industries to manage fast-moving projects. But digging deeper into this reality is a recent survey conducted by Software Advice that asked project managers about...

Should Your Team Use An Agile Process to Manage Projects?

More and more project teams in a variety of industries are embracing an Agile process as a better way to manage workflow and respond to a fast-changing market. Agile project management is a set of fast and flexible processes that accounts for change, helps teams adapt to marketplace opportunities, and improve business performance. Agile was...

13 Reasons Why Teams Are Using Agile Project Management

It’s no secret that the Agile process is fast becoming the preferred way to manage projects. In the year ahead, Agile is expected to become even more widely used. Organizations, teams and even project management software are increasingly responding to a demand for more adaptive and evolutionary processes. And for good reason. In a fast-changing...

6 Ways to Create an Agile Organization

Agile practices are becoming more and more widespread. An increasing number of organizations are jumping on the bandwagon to enjoy the benefits of increased flexibility, quicker turn-around times and lower risk. But going from a rigid waterfall approach (or even an ad hoc reactive process) to something that is adaptable and collaborative can be challenging....

Infographic: Agile vs. Waterfall–Which Project Management Style Is Right for You?

For technology projects, your methodology can make or break the bank. While Agile and its fast-moving sprints, user stories and automated testing is a favorite among dev teams, Waterfall is still a better process for plenty of IT shops, especially teams that work on ERP implementations, COTS packages, ASP tools and custom development. Bottom line:...

Infographic: 3 Steps to Improve Your Agile Project Management

Here are the three necessary steps to produce a successful sprint-length project, from the planning process to final execution. Teams with short project cycles often turn to Agile project management—a fast and flexible process that rides on the principles of change, uncertainty and making realistic estimates. 3 Steps to Better Agile Project Management. An infographic...

Agile Development Tools Q&A

5 Lessons from the CTO of Gist.com Recently, we spoke with Steve Newman, Chief Technology Officer of Gist.com about how they’ve been using LiquidPlanner to improve their Agile software development process. Like many of our customers, Gist plans their development cycles in sprints, enabling them to iterate faster and keep up with customer demand for new features. One...

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