And we’re back with another article from the hybrid project management series. In this article I’ll talk about how to identify and manage the dependencies of the User Stories and sequencing them using a network diagram. You will learn how important this activity is in conjunction with the stories prioritization activity, so that no effort […]
RISK is a classic and very popular board game that involves strategy, diplomacy, conflicts and conquests. The game is divided into 42 territories, grouped into 6 continents and the objective of each player is to capture all territories of the other players, through the results determined by dice rolls. The game takes this name because […]
This is the second part from the “User Stories Prioritization” article, which is part of my series of articles the Yin Yang of projects. To access the first part of this article just click here. The Hybrid Prioritization Approach Now that I’ve demonstrated each of the key prioritization techniques and how the PO or the Project Manager […]
Continuing the series on hybrid project management, I will talk about how to sort and prioritize user stories. In order for this article to not get too big and boring I have divided it into two parts being Part 1 to show the prioritization techniques, and Part 2 about how I prioritize and sort my stories using my developed […]
In this chapter of the hybrid project management series, I will talk about the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Technique from the PMBoK and how it can aid a Product Owner(PO) in creating better manageable user stories for the project. If miss the previous article of this series(Roles in hybrid management), just click here. In the Chinese tradition, there […]
In this third article about the hybrid project management series, I will talk about the roles and responsibilities of each project stakeholder and how they relate to each other, control and develop their activities to ensure project success. To read the previous article of this series, access it here. According to the ancient Chinese, there are […]
Continuing the series of articles on the management of hybrid projects, using the best practices of traditional and agile methods, specifically PMBoK (Yin) and SCRUM (Yang), In this article I will talk about the project charter that is a process that formalizes and authorizes the existence of a project which is also part of the […]
Picture your team when the going is good: You and your coworkers are in sync, your productivity is on point, your deadlines met with ease, and you're all (gasp) having fun together, coming up with new ideas and hitting your goals. Wouldn't that be something to celebrate?