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by Kim H. Pries

ePub Scrum Project Management download
Author:
Kim H. Pries
ISBN13:
978-1439825150
ISBN:
1439825157
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Publisher:
CRC Press; 1 edition (August 17, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Management & Leadership
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1448 kb
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1425 kb
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4.8
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Scrum Project Management book.

Scrum Project Management book.

This is a great book for both scrum and non-scrum project management organizations. E-mail Mr. Pries at ki. riesetransform. -Aravind Arthanari - PM World Today. Jon M. Quigley has three college degrees: BS Electronic Engineering Technology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, MBA in Marketing, and an MS in Project Management from City University of Seattle. In addition to the degrees, he has the following certifications: – Project Management Institute. Project Management Professional (PMP).

Combine traditional project management methods with scrum. Mr. Pries is also a founding faculty member of Practical Project Management

Combine traditional project management methods with scrum. Adapt the familiar work breakdown structure to create scrum backlogs and sprints. Pries is also a founding faculty member of Practical Project Management. Additionally, in concert with Mr. Quigley, Mr. Pries is the co-founder and principal with Value Transformation, LLC, a training, testing, cost improvement, and product development consultancy.

Originally created for agile software development, scrum provides project managers with the flexibility needed to meet .

Originally created for agile software development, scrum provides project managers with the flexibility needed to meet ever-changing consumer demands. Presenting a modified version of the agile software development framework, Scrum Project Management introduces Scrum basics and explains how to apply this adaptive technique to effectively manage a wide range of programs and complex projects. The book provides proven planning methods for controlling project scope and ensuring your project stays on schedule.

Scrum project management. Book · January 2010 with 6 Reads. Originally created for agile software development, scrum provides project managers with the flexibility needed to meet ever-changing consumer demands. DOI: 1. 201/9781439825174. Cite this publication.

Электронная книга "Scrum Project Management", Kim H. Pries, Jon M. Quigley

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Scrum and Conventional Project Management. Complex Program Management. Scrum and Line Management. Scrum and the Waterfall Method. Kim H. ( Vajramanas’’) Pries has four college degrees: BA History from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), BS Metallurgical Engineering from UTEP, MS Metallurgical Engineering from UTEP, and MS in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to the degrees, he has the following certifications

Exploring trends and developments in project management today. Introduction to SCRUM. Integration with traditional project management approaches such as Waterfall.

Exploring trends and developments in project management today. Some are good and others a waste of money, so don't be shy; let us know what you think about the books you’ve read. Organisational items, SCRUM of SCRUMs, integration with Matrix organisations, etc. Application of SCRUM to Defence, Six Sigma, Education, Service industries.

Detailing the ins and outs of applying project management methods to TQM activities, the book provides the understanding .

Detailing the ins and outs of applying project management methods to TQM activities, the book provides the understanding you’ll need to enhance the effectiveness of your TQM work. To clear up any confusion about what a true quality improvement is, it includes sections that cover the fundamentals of total quality management and defines the terms used throughout the text. For the section of the book on the application of TQM to scrum, they demonstrate how these analytical methods can be used on the data produced within a scrum project and made into actionable information.

Originally created for agile software development, scrum provides project managers with the flexibility needed to meet ever-changing consumer demands. Presenting a modified version of the agile software development framework, Scrum Project Management introduces Scrum basics and explains how to apply this adaptive technique to effectively manage a wide range of programs and complex projects.

The book provides proven planning methods for controlling project scope and ensuring your project stays on schedule. It includes scrum tracking methods to help your team maintain a focus on improving throughput and streamlining communications. It also demonstrates how to:

Combine traditional project management methods with scrum Adapt the familiar work breakdown structure to create scrum backlogs and sprints Use a scrum of scrums to manage programs Apply earned value management, critical path, and PERT in the context of scrum

Having successfully deployed and implemented scrum across multiple companies and departments, the authors provide valuable insight into how they achieved their past successes and how they overcame the trials involved with the deployment of a scrum environment. Throughout the text they discuss improvisation, creative problem solving, and emergent phenomena―detailing the methods needed to ensure your team achieves project success.

  • Pries and Quigley give many important insights and points on using Scrum on a real world project. Different from many books that simply cover the mechanics of the pure process, SPM also covers some interesting variations such as how to use Scrum in a department that uses Waterfall and when not to use Scrum. It compares Scrum to Six Sigma and how to implement Scrum in several diverse industrys.

    It is an easy read and helpful for someone trying to get a Scrum team working. I believe it could be the only book you read on Scrum and you would be successful, but I would also suggest some other books that may cover other areas a bit better. I didn't need so much information on Scrum and various industries because I work in software. I would also like to hear some examples of how dividing a project into tasks without a dependency chart really works. I find that many of my early tasks are implementing infrastructure that has no use cases and everything depends on. However, this is more of an Agile problem than a Scrum problem.

    It is an easy read and well organized. The actual book is of good quality with no color printing and scattered simple drawings. Can you say "Visio"?

    You can easily skip the few chapters that may not apply to your situation but most of the relatively short book (167 pages) should be most informative. Overall - well worth the modest price.

  • Found this book quite helpful in my research on Scrum

  • The book is fantastic with practical advice that can be applied to one's every day life. I have bought copies for my mother and sister as well and my husband is also a fan!

  • This is an excellent book for the beginner or the experienced. For the beginner it lays out the process of SCRUM in a very understandable way and provides the level of detail necessary to be successful in managing scrum driven project. For the experienced Scrum manager it provides the insight and process definition to make them better at delivering their Scrum managed project better for improved process refinement that can lead to greater successful outcomes.
    Pries and Quigley made this book and easy read and for that, I thank them. It made a subject I have been avoiding very understandable and I could easily add Scrum to my PM tool box of knowledge.