Agile Project Management – Organizing Flexible Projects

Agile Project Management is built around a flexible approach. Team members work in short bursts on small-scale but functioning releases Add to My Personal Learning Plan of a product. They then test each release against customers' needs, instead of aiming for a single final result that is o ...

Agile project management: A beginner’s guide

The more traditional cumbersome methodologies like waterfall typically require entire project groups to meet and discuss full project goals throughout each phase. Agile, however, uses smaller more focused groups that meet more frequently to discuss very specific goals, making it easier to ...

The IBM Rational Unified Process for COTS-based projects

Building solutions based on pre-existing Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) packages is different from typical green-field development. Numerous projects have unsuccessfully tried to integrate pre-existing COTS packages by defining the requirements, formulating an architecture to meet those r ...

Is SAFe the new RUP?

Let’s think about it: Is SAFe the new RUP (Rational Unified Process)? Be careful, before you give the answer to this question above, remind yourself that there are more things between Agile and Companies, "than are dreamt of in your philosophy".

Requirements Management Using IBM Rational RequisitePro

Using IBM® Rational® RequisitePro®, you can systematically improve the way you create and maintain requirements–and use those requirements to build more effective, higher-quality software. Now, for the first time, there’s a comprehensive, hands-on guide to optimally using RequisiteP ...

CMMI® Drives Agile Performance

Adoption of CMMI in organizations using agile is steadily increasing. In 2015, over 70% of CMMI appraised organizations reported using one or more agile approaches.Organizations leverage the CMMI to scale and strengthen agile Organizations use CMMI to address busi ...