What is scrumban the methodology at a glance

What is Scrumban? The methodology at a glance

Scrumban is a mixture of both Kanban and Scrum. Scrumban is unique in the sense that it takes the very best features and qualities of both Kanban and Scrum. It makes these features its own and performs efficiently and maximally. Methodology can be defined as a system of approaches and methods utilized in a particular field or a different fields. Without a system serving as a guide post in any field, there would be confusion and movement in such field would be blind movement. Thus the need for methodology. read more ...

Scrumban for project management

Scrumban for Project Management

Project management simply is the supervision of project activities by the reliance on skills, expertise, knowledge, strategies designed to ensure the successful outcome of a project. Additionally, every project management expert desires methods for a more effective work flow during the duration of the project. This is where Agile systems such as Scrum and Kaban. read more ...

Benefits of scrumban

Benefits of Scrumban

Scrumban, a sword with two sharp edges is a hybrid of two agile methodologies, Scrum and Kanban. It adopts element of both methodologies to fashion out an elegant framework. Read on ... read more ...

5 major management approaches and frameworks

5 major management approaches and frameworks

There are a number of management methodologies and it is important that a project manager chooses the right one required to get the job done right. It has been streamlined to five major methodologies and their unique strengths. Project management deals with the application of tools techniques, skills, knowledge to projects or tasks in order to complete a requirement. Each of its methods has a unique set of principles, processes, and practices. The type of project you plan to undertake will determine the type of methodology to implement. read more ...

A short definition of project management

A short definition of project management

Firstly, what is the meaning of a project? A project is an undertaken effort or endeavor specifically for the purpose of creating services, or goods or products or a unique result of some kind. One of the features of a product is that it is temporary, in that it has a clearly defined commencement and also a conclusion. When a project does not reach its conclusion stage, it is said to be “uncompleted”. Thus the popular phrase “uncompleted project”. read more ...

Project management approaches

Project Management Approaches

Project Management focuses on applying the various skills and techniques as well as knowledge and tools to undertake project activities so that the requirements for a successful project can be me. The various Project management approaches are enlisted and elucidated below ... read more ...

Lean project methodology at a glance

Lean Project Methodology at a glance

Lean management is a business approach that implements techniques and methods that ensure continuous value delivery to customers. Lean management has its origin from the study of the automobile industry in the 1990s. The results have attracted lots of attention and studies from notable individuals such as W Edward Demings, Joseph Juran and Philip Cosby. They have posited a number of theories and methodologies, which have been reviewed, tested and implemented. Among these popular methodologies are the Deming Cycle, Kanban system, and the six Sigma methodology. read more ...

Why ibqmi lean project management is the way to go in your next project

Why IBQMI® Lean Project Management is the way to go in your next project

Lean thinking is a term coined by J.P Womack, D.T Jones and D.Roos in the book "The machine that changed the world", following their studies of the automobile industry which took several hits during the energy crisis of the 1990's. The philosophy of lean thinking was attributed to the Toyota corporation of Japan owing to their system of production that embraced an environment of value addition, rather than the rigid batch and queue system of mass production. read more ...

Differences between scrumban kanban and scrum

Differences between Scrumban, Kanban and Scrum

The popularity of the Agile systems as pertaining to project have been increasing, an influx of organizations have been trying to apply them to their production and services rendered. Scrumban is best described as a culmination from both Scrum and Kanban. Now these methodologies have similarities and thus can confuse a lot of companies on which to apply. read more ...

Steps to successfully implement the project management

Steps to successfully implement the Project Management

Successful execution of projects do not just occur, it requires careful planning by a manager who is aware of every step from start to finish. The collaboration of a team is essential, a team that has its sight set on achieving certain laid down objectives. Project Management indeed involves a well-organized framework as well as communication, each step must lead to the other in a sequence, every risk that may ensue is prepared for and ultimately subverted. read more ...

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