IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP)

IBM Rational Unified Process® (RUP®) is a comprehensive process framework that provides industry-tested practices for software and systems delivery and implementation and for effective project management. Related Articles:

Pulse of the Profession 2017

Project success rates are rising. Organizations today are wasting an average of US$97 million for every US$1 billion invested — that’s a significant 20 percent decline from last year’s Pulse of the Profession® findings.Organizations are experiencing more success implementing str ...

Go for Gold! EVM + Risk Management + Early Warning System

Earned Value curve (Planned Value, Costs and Earned Value) helps you see at any time if a delay will cost more than what we have in the budget. This delay may be in non-critical tasks in the best or worst, be in the critical path (GANTT). These situations can be avoided by good management ...

Managing Risks with Microsoft Project: Part 1

On many projects, the majority of work performance information and reports that are generated are stored in separate repositories, with little to no collaborative capability. For smaller projects, this may not become an issue, but for larger projects it can become difficult for Project Man ...

Managing Risks with Microsoft Project: Part 2

In Managing Risks with Microsoft Project: Part 1, I showed how I incorporated risk tracking into a project schedule by creating a risk register to associate risks to specific tasks. Here, I will discuss how to deal with risks that apply to more than one task. Related A ...

AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES CHEAT SHEET

Agile project management focuses on continuous improvement, scope flexibility, team input, and delivering essential quality products. Agile project management methodologies include scrum, extreme programming (XP), and lean, among others. These methodologies all adhere to the Agile Manifest ...

Agile Modeling and the Rational Unified Process (RUP)

The Enterprise Architecture discipline defines the enterprise architecture of an organization. It consists of models that define it, reference architectures, prototypes and working models that demonstrate how it works, and frameworks that make it easier to use. An enterprise architecture m ...