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 ...

How to use kanban for project management

How to Use Kanban For Project Management

Project management is geared towards the most optimum outcome of a specific project. A project is an undertaken endeavor for the purpose of the creation of products, or to achieve a specific outcome. It may also be aimed towards providing a particular service. Therefore, it can thus be said that project management is the use of strategies, plans, tools and knowledge aimed at the best possible outcome towards a project. read more ...

Five reasons project management would be best for your business

Five reasons project management would be best for your business

Every business aims at fulfilling each project it has set out to accomplish from start to finish and this, however, may prove a daunting task, as one's teams may come across challenges that are far too complex to surpass. At this point project management comes in handy. read more ...

Five major lean tools

Five major lean tools

What are Lean tools? Lean tools are simply tools that are used to enhance the efficacy and efficiency of the production process during lean manufacturing. The goal of using lean tools is to improve production at a faster and more efficient manner, to reduce effort, and to utilize resources to the maximum while cutting down on waste. read more ...

Why kanban is great for software development

Why Kanban is Great for Software Development

Kanban is an effective tool use greatly to enhance even project management. Kanban is a visual approach towards the management of projects. Its aims at improving work output through prioritizing tasks to aid high value coordination in the work flow. It also seeks out various flaws in the process of project management to enable the project team to move efficiently in carrying out their duties. read more ...

Ibqmi scrumban practitioner

Scrumban: What You Need to Know?

Just as the name implies, Scrumban is nothing but a combination of Scrum and Kanban. It is one of the renowned agile development methodologies in vogue as it appears to meet the needs of teams that focus on minimizing batching of work with its pull-based system. With the use of Scrumban, team members get the flexibility they so long for, and this helps them to adapt most beautifully to the constant production needs with no hassles. read more ...

Differences between agile and waterfall methodologies

Differences between Agile and Waterfall Methodologies

Agile and Waterfall project planning can be viewed as objects through which you can understand a more fundamental organization design principle. This is so true if you are operating in a more rapidly changing and unpredictable environment. With the information contained in this article, you will be able to understand clearly, differences between agile and waterfall methodologies. Let’s dive in: read more ...

Tops tips for making agile less fragile

Tops Tips for Making Agile less Fragile

Agile support and Agile development are quite intertwined. Agile development lays emphasis on conserving enough time while you are working to pinpoint some errors made during the productions. Agile support requires a simple plan for proper execution and accomplishing goals. The following tips are quite useful when trying to make agile less fragile. Let’s take a look at them: read more ...

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