Agile Velocity is the amount of work a team can handle in a sprint. Velocity chart is a visual representation of amount of work delivered in each sprint. Related are Sprint velocity and Team Velocity.
What is Product Development Process? In simple words, the Product Development process is the process or a series of steps that every product goes through… Read More »Product Development Process or Product Development Lifecycle
Scrum consists of self organizing, cross functional teams that work in time-boxed iterations called Sprints, delivering potentially shippable product increments at the end of every sprint.
This article discusses the history of Agile software development, Agile Manifesto, and the 4 core values and 12 principles outlined in the Agile Manifesto.
The Waterfall model has 6 phases.The process flow in Waterfall model is only in one direction, just like water in a waterfall that flows only from top to bottom.
Project Management Salaries Survey PMI conducts Project Management salary survey from time to time. It is a worldwide survey about the salaries of professionals working… Read More »PMP Salaries by country – Purchasing Power View
Purchasing Power Parity is the rate at which currency of one country would have to be converted into that of another country to buy the same amount of goods and services in each country.
What are the main updates from PMI ? What about PMP, PgMP, RMP and other certifications ? How do I schedule my PMI-ACP online proctored… Read More »PMI-ACP Certification exam can be taken online
Project Management is one of the most popular career paths. There are many reasons for it being the choice of many. In this post we… Read More »5 Reasons Why Project Management is a Great Career Choice
We strongly recommend you to go through How to become a PMP – Step by Step Guide. Below are the must read project management topics,… Read More »PMP Must Read Topics – by Knowledge area
There can be no project that is immune to risks. There is no question whether a project faces risks or not, it is only about… Read More »Risk – Attitude, Appetite, Tolerance, Threshold, Averse