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Kanban vs. Scrum: What are the Differences?

The report explains in detail the Scrum framework and Kanban methodology and presents the similarities and differences between these two similar Agile approaches.

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Agile Project Management Certification

What is Agile Project Management Certification

Agile project management certification is similar to the traditional classic PMP, PRINCE2, or any other Waterfall project management certification type but adding a focus on additional modern Agile principles.

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Product deployment and tasks in production processes

Product deployment focuses attention on the easier production cycle. When the demand for the product is large enough and lasts for a relatively long time, it is usually appropriate to arrange the resources closer to each other in the sequence imposed by the product itself.

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Comparison between the US and the Japanese management model

Western Waterfall project management and Eastern Agile product development practices and management philosophies are the two most popular topics today in project management, product management. The terms Kaizen, Kanban, Scrum, Lean are popular.

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Sequence Diagram (Project Management)

A sequence diagram (also called dependency network, task flow or activity plan) is a tool used in project management. The purpose of this chart is to provide a more complete picture of project work and more accurate time planning and scheduling by depicting activities/assignments and their relationships in the form of a network / targeted graph.

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Project planning

Planning a project is the first phase after the project charter is signed. According to the PMI methodology, this phase begins with an initial team meeting.

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Lean and Agile software development

Lean software development (LSD) sometimes referred as to Agile software development is an adaptation of the principles and techniques of lean manufacturing and lean IT for application in the field of software engineering. Adopting the basic principles of Toyota’s Kanban production system, tight-end supporters are gradually emerging as a group among proponents of Agile methodologies.