The project quality management plan documents the information needed to effectively manage project quality from project planning to delivery. It defines the project’s quality policies, procedures, criteria, and areas of application, as well as roles, responsibilities, and authorities.
Kanban or Scrum for project development
Kanban and Scrum are often accepted as project management methodologies. But this is not so.
What are the responsibilities of the Product Owner role?
The Product Owner role is the least understood profession in the Scrum team. Many people think that the Product Owner is a project manager. However, this is not the case at all.
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Management practices for human resources aimed at the movement of people
This topic introduces you to the ways to manage three main flows of people – “buying” competent/talented people, “building competence/talent, and retaining competent and talented people in the company.
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Functions of the conflicts in organizations and Human Resources Management department
Conflicts are important elements in human resources organizations and departments. Conflicts between employees in companies can be productive if the HR manager manages to reap the benefits for the parties.
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Why do you want to study Human Resources Management?
My name is Samantha Brian. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business and has been interested in human resources for years.
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Agile vs Waterfall Project management and software development with Scrum
I will start with the fact that Waterfall and Agile are the two most common methodologies that have the same goal. And it is to find the best possible approach to the implementation of a project in the shortest possible time.
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Management levels and units
In this article, we will consider the possibilities for optimization and rationalization of the first three organizational and structural parameters – the number of management levels, the number of management units, and the number of staff.
Situational management approach
Organizational management is a system of carefully followed approaches and plans.
Planning the activities of the organization
Every organization must plan its business activities. The services or products offered are not the only things managers need to think about. Planning all organizational activities in the short and long term is a careful step in laying the foundations of any business company.
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The presentation of the Certified Project Manager
The certified project manager is a key role in any project. The certified professional is the basis of complete management of processes, work, and people.
Martha Sanchez is a certified project manager and in this article, we share her presentation with stakeholders.
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Certified Product Owner role in Scrum teams
The Product Owner role is the most important in the Scrum teams along with the Development Team and the Scrum Master role. The Product Owner role in the Scrum framework is responsible for product development and project requirements. Communicates with stakeholders and creates so-called User Stories in the Product Backlog.
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Introducing a new product manager to the team
Thank you for the opportunity to work in the company as a product manager. My name is Robert Paulson and I will be part of the product management team. As a product manager, I will have the opportunity to contribute to the successful implementation of key products for the company, which would contribute to the development of the current portfolio, increase the target audience, as well as bring additional revenue.
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Product Acquisition: A Case Study of a Hostile Takeover
Product companies often invest in creating innovative products by hiring professional product managers who create brilliant product management practices and rules. Together with them, product teams establish product development practices for designing and creating the real product.
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Will I be a good project manager for a team of technical developers?
Whether you will be a good project manager to a team of programmers and technicians is a problem that is regularly discussed and often arises in the mind of novice project managers. What we want to tell you is that you don’t have to worry.
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The Scrum framework how and when to use it with Scrum teams
Scrum: It’s a framework, not a project management methodology
What is the Scrum framework and how Scrum teams should use it? There are common misconceptions about Scrum being another project management methodologies.
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Project Management Terminology and Glossary
Really great project management terminology and glossary were created by Jess Davidson, the author of Everyday Project Management. This is a book we recommend to everyone. If you are just starting your project management career and you are still passionate about learning new terminology, this resource is for you. When you get familiar with the basics, you can decide to move to some good project management certification program. The terminology in this resource is validated by PM.MBA and checked for wrong information by an official representative.
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Real-World Project Management Results
Project management is not easy and very often we know about just the basics from what we read on the books or the Internet. Real projects require a deeper understanding of project management processes and practices and this may need our special focus on many topics.
In the book Everyday Project Management, the author Jeff Davidson introduces project management as a real-world complex activity and describes real problems and solutions. Everyday Project Management is a book that everyone from the project field should read. Most of the author’s views relate pretty much with the project management educational principles of the BVOP.