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The battle of the project management methodologies

KnowledgeTrain aim · achieve • advance WHICH ONE WOULD YOU CHOOSE? "PRINCE2 dffers from Scrum, which I see as a development methodology operating at team level. PRINCE2 is much more than that because it PRINCE2 (S endbles the organisation to work with development methodologies such as Scrum/Agile, but it also doesn't lose sight of the bigger picture." - Simon Buehring * Robust business case * Clearly defined team roles * Saves senior managements time * A heavy focus on the deliverables PMP "1 think the important distinction between PMI and other methodologies is that a lot of the tools are up to the project manager as to whether they are used or not." - Matthew Davis * A 'Toolbox' framework * It's NOT prescriptive. It tells you what you CAN do, not what you should do * The PM is the authoritative figure AgiLe "The Agile process or Agile "thing to do" is to go after priority and high risk first and understand that you are doing slices and demonstrating them as you go. I think that's the biggest benefit you get from Agile stuff." – Alan Dayley * A development methodology * Embraced by the software industry * Defined by principles about how we do the work, involving the stakeholders and teams * Delivers in small iterations, with riskiest, most important things first WatcH THE DEBATE SENSIBIE PADOECT M HANGOUT on the Sensible Project Manager Hangout number 27 Project Management Challenge "Project Management Challenge" Copyright © 2014 Knowledge Train Limited PRINCE2° is a registered trade mark of Axelos Limited

The battle of the project management methodologies

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PRINCE2, PMP, Agile - which one would you choose? Can they even be compared at all? Watch the Sensible Project Manager hangout number 27 on Youtube to listen to the project case study and choose your ...

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