Managing a Project Using an Agile Approach and the PMBOK® Guide

@inproceedings{Schwalbe2012ManagingAP,
  title={Managing a Project Using an Agile Approach and the PMBOK® Guide},
  author={Kathy Schwalbe},
  year={2012}
}
This paper includes excerpts from Kathy Schwalbe’s text, Information Technology Project Management, Seventh Edition, with permission from Cengage Learning. It emphasizes the unique aspects of using an agile approach in each project management process group versus using a more predictive or waterfall approach. An agile approach is often used for projects in which the team cannot clearly express the scope early in the product life cycle. An agile project team typically uses several iterations or… CONTINUE READING