Category Archives for Project Management

Rolling Wave Planning

Rolling Wave Planning is an approach to project and program planning. I’ve heard it said that an Economist is someone who can tell you exactly why something has happened, but who can’t predict what will happen next. That’s probably because predicting the future is difficult. Given this, it’s not hard to see why our initial […]

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The SCRUM Process | SCRUM Framework

This article gives a very quick executive summary of the Scrum process / framework. It should be noted that referring to the Scrum Process above is somewhat of a misnomer. This is because Scrum is a framework, not a process. What this means is that rather than providing a detailed process, many of the decisions […]

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Excel Pareto Chart: Instructions & Template

Step-by-step instructions for creating an Excel Pareto Chart, plus a free template available for download.

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Triple Constraints | Six Constraints

I’m sure you’re all familiar with the term “triple constraint”, which refers to the three way conflict between scope, time, and cost. This constraint is often represented diagrammatically as follows: What this diagram is attempting to show is that if you change any constraint (scope, time, or cost) you must impact the other two constraints […]

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