SCRUM Product Owner – International Scrum Institute

Certification Validation Tool You can verify the validity of this certificate by inserting the code starting 0863 .. The Scrum Product Owner role is a very unique and broad role in Scrum which combines all of the challenging aspects of traditional Project Manager and Product Manager roles. Moreover, Scrum Product Owner represents the customer point[…]

SCRUM Master – International Scrum Institute

Certification Validation Tool You can verify the validity of this certificate by inserting the code starting 8177.. The main role of a Scrum Master is to ensure smooth establishment, efficient and healthy progress and continuous improvement of Scrum Practices in an agile Scrum team. Therefore, competence and perspective of every single Scrum Team Member in[…]

Essential Documents for Agile Project Managers

Essential Documents for Agile Project Managers – Checklist Here is a list of essential documents for Agile Project Management. I will be adding links to the actual document template examples very soon. Brainstorming Report Template Product Definition Document Stakeholder Analysis Sheet Risk Breakdown Structure Risk Register Job Descriptions RACI Model User Story Format Technology Stacks[…]

Which Project Management method would be best equipped to handle change in requirements? Why?

Managing change with the traditional Waterfall methodology would undoubtedly prove much more challenging than it would with the Agile methodoloy. The fact that Agile methodology will mean breaking the project down into many smaller sections known as sprints, each typically of between 1 – 4 weeks in duration allows the team to make changes along[…]

What are the problems with adding requirements (30% more scope) after 1.5 months in a project that is managed using the Waterfall methodology with a fixed three month deadline?

As the Waterfall methodology is devided into six stages, after 1.5 months the first three, the planning, analysis and design stages will already have been completed. Adding new requirements at this point of the project will result in the work already done throughout all three stages being effectively incomplete. In terms of time, the project[…]