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The software project manager's bridge to agility

Author: Michele Sliger; Stacia Broderick
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley, ©2008.
Series: Agile software development series.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michele Sliger; Stacia Broderick
ISBN: 0321502752 9780321502759
OCLC Number: 191927037
Description: xxv, 353 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. An agile overview --
ch. 1. What is "agile"? --
ch. 2. Mapping from the PMBOK® guide to agile --
ch. 3. The agile project lifecycle in detail --
pt. 2. The bridge relating PMBOK® guide practices to agile practices --
ch. 4. Integration management --
ch. 5. Scope management --
ch. 6. Time management --
ch. 7. Cost management --
ch. 8. Quality management --
ch. 9. Human resources management --
ch. 10. Communications management --
ch. 11. Risk management --
ch. 12. Procurement management --
pt. 3. Crossing the bridge to agile --
ch. 13. How will my responsibilities change? --
ch. 14. How will I work with other teams who aren't agile? --
ch. 15. How can a project management office support agile? --
ch. 16. Selling the benefits of agile --
ch. 17. Common mistakes --
Appendix A. Agile methodologies --
Appendix B. Agile artifacts.
Series Title: Agile software development series.
Responsibility: Michele Sliger, Stacia Broderick.
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