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Questions related to the formal and informal methods and techniques used by a project manager to collect, organize, and facilitate communication

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Start by writing and discussing the Project Charter with the stakeholders As Marv said, your question is too open-ended. You should provide more detail. For example, are you coordinating a software d …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Lead by Example or hire a consultant In my previous company, we in the the software development team switched over to the agile development process. Over a period of time the following benefits becam …
answered Nov 13 '13 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Propose a per sprint price Fixed price is out You seem to have a high-level understanding of the work to be done. What you don't know is what bells and whistles he will want. Depending on that, the …
answered Feb 13 '18 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Getting started with Agile Project Management What are the key points I have to consider in terms of Project Management and Agility. Looks like you want to follow agile project management, but …
answered Apr 25 '14 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Agile/Scrum process can be used for projects with fixed unmovable deadlines Is it valid and possible to cope fixed unmovable deadlines into Scrum? Yes. We did a project related to the Olympics u …
answered Jul 1 '15 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Completely rewriting an application is a bad idea Joel Spolsky founder of Stack Overflow, Stack Exchange and Trello in his blog post titled Things You Should Never Do says: deciding to rewrite th …
answered Mar 14 '18 by Ashok Ramachandran
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Rotate all of the developers Looks like you have created what Roman Pichler calls "a two-class society with the cool feature developer doing rad innovation work, and the poor old maintenance guys sla …
answered Dec 17 '13 by Ashok Ramachandran