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Questions tagged [artifacts]

Artifacts are the physical or tangible by-product of a project's process or deliverables.

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Project Management templates - Official standards across industry

Does anyone know if, according to PMI, or any other PM certification, there are official templates for project management artifacts. I am interested in the following documentation: Project charter ...
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Agile Artifacts

Do Agile projects have Charters, project plans and baselines? How to obtain the classical artifacts (which are necessary to report back to the business) in an Agile environment which focuses on ...
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What are the artifacts in Kanban?

Scrum has a number of well-defined artifacts, including: Product Backlog Sprint Backlog Burn-Down Chart Increment What artifacts are essential to Kanban?
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What qualifies as a trackable risk?

When creating a Risk Analysis document, what qualifies as a reasonable risk? As a rule of thumb we expect 5 risks to be tracked. Is it reasonable to include risks such as the building burning down or ...
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When does one develop a RASCI?

Generally I see a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RASCI) being developed at the start of a project. However, in the current environment, a RASCI is only being developed as part of handover to the ...
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What is a good method for taking and organizing notes about projects?

What is a good method for taking and organizing notes about projects? Every day I struggle with problems with multiple projects and it's difficult to make my notes clean and to keep them organized. ...
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Should we take a photo of our Sprint Board every day for a remote manager?

A new manager just came on board in another region and asked us to take a photo of our Sprint board and post it to our wiki every day. The question is: should we do this? If yes, by the Team, Scrum ...
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What should be included in a comprehensive “plan of attack” document?

Its common for most software development processes to begin with a plan of attack, in which you could find the following topics: The context of the clients company A summary of the business processes ...
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Is Kanban a part of Scrum, and is it simply the task board?

I am new to Scrum and Kanban. So far, I understand that the Task Board is something that is originally from Kanban, but I am using an online Scrum tool that also also offers that board. Is the Task ...
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What information do you keep about a project once it has been completed? [closed]

Once a project reaches completion, which information do you keep/store for your records? Do you only keep a record of lessons learned, or do you also keep other project-specific information?