Project Management


3 Types of Release Planning & Its Value For Your Business

Where does every new project trace its roots? Many developers think it all starts in the code – but the truth is that every new project is started with the idea how it can be released. What an endeavor it is!

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Powerful Planning: 3 Ways to Create a Project Calendar

We need a project calendar if we want to record our day-to-day, month, quarter or year project’s activities, from the entry level to the culminating presentation. Read More


15 Best Project Management Books for Beginners and PM Stars

Project management is not an easy skill. It may look easy for someone but actually, it is one of the most challenging jobs. Read More


How to Measure the Velocity of Agile Teams?

Velocity is a rather simple but powerful method for accurately measuring the rate at which Scrum teams deliver business value. What should project managers and their teams know about this method? And how to measure Velocity easily? Read More


What is WBS in Project Management and How to Create It?

A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a method well known in project management for getting a complex multi-step project done. Read More


9 Steps to Prevent Project Scope Creep and Sober Ways to Win It

Scope Creep in project management is a special term used to indicate the addition of an unauthorized scope. Many brilliant projects fall victim to Scope Creep. Read More


Why do We Need Scrum Epics in Software Development?

In Scrum, project work is broken down into smaller parts. We know them as user stories. However, the project items can take other forms, for example, epics, that must be turned into user stories. Read More


What is Statement of Work in Project Management?

Project management processes include paperwork and many different documents. It doesn’t matter what industry you represent: PM docs are constant throughout the life cycle of any project. Read More


The Importance of Project Management Office Within a Project-Based Company

Project managers always need to learn a lot to be successful and up to date. There are basic areas that project managers need to know to successfully pass their PM exams and being effective in their companies. There is also a PMO responsible for these areas. Read More

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