Agile Knowledge-based Decision Making with Application to Project Management

@inproceedings{Karni2005AgileKD,
  title={Agile Knowledge-based Decision Making with Application to Project Management},
  author={Reuven Karni and Maya Kaner},
  booktitle={Wissensmanagement},
  year={2005}
}
Business processes are made up of actions and decisions. Thus an agile process implies both agility in making decisions as well as in performing the necessary actions. When confronted with a sudden change in project scope or an unexpected development, a project manager must make a series of interrelated decisions in response. Knowledge about the content of and interconnections between decisions made in similar circumstances in the past can help the project manager to keep in mind all decisions… CONTINUE READING