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For questions about using or implementing the Scrum framework.
for any questions that involve agile approaches from the perspective of a project manager, Scrum Master, agile coach, or similar role.
Use this generic tag for questions that apply to most versions of Microsoft Project. For version-specific questions, please use an alternate tag instead of the catch-all tag. Version tags currently in…
for all questions related to leading and managing project teams and project team members either directly or indirectly.
for questions that involve planning a project schedule or planning tasks for the team.
for questions about software development projects, as opposed to questions about construction projects, or some other field that doesn't involve software.
For questions about the estimation of the project's parameters, such as time or cost.
for project management questions about how to implement Kanban as a methodology. This tag is not for questions about software recommendations. However, questions about how to integr…
used with Agile software development methodologies as the basis for defining the functions a business system must provide, and to facilitate requirements management. It captures the '…
For questions relating to the JIRA issue tracking product used for bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management. If your question is about how to more effectively use JIRA to solve a problem y…
the basic unit of development in Scrum and Agile. Sprints last between one week and one month, and are a "timeboxed" (i.e. restricted to a specific duration) effort of a constant length.
includes questions about communication-related topics like information flow, meetings, and reporting; communications plan development and management; and challenges that a Project Manager or …
is used to ask questions related to this very important and central role in scrum.
Questions related to the formal and informal methods and techniques used by a project manager to collect, organize, and facilitate communication
Questions related to project team and/or a member(s) of the team involved in the project.
for questions regarding the USAGE of software directly related to project management. Questions about technical support or product selection are off-topic. You should already know what too…
a method for the effective planning of all variety of company's resources. Such resources may be people, funds, equipment, etc. On this site, Resource Planning usually means workf…
for software development PM questions that involve the subset of documentation related to requirements gathering. For all other documentation questions, use the documentation …
Questions relating to the management of individual tasks in a project or within project management software.
is for questions regarding how to best accomplish a goal or handle a specific scenario.
The product owner represents the stakeholders and is the voice of the customer. He or she is accountable for ensuring that the team delivers value to the business.
should be used for questions about Product Management roles and responsibilities within a Project Management framework or context. Questions about the Product Management profession unrelated …
Questions about time management in the context of Project Management. See also http://productivity.stackexchange.com/ for general time management questions.
Questions about implementing a specific project management methodology.
for questions about the USAGE or IMPLEMENTATION of materials or practices used by project managers to support their work-flow. As a superset tag, the "tools" tag should not be used when th…
about documenting risk, handling risk, risk estimations, cross-team project risk, and any other risk that may affect the outcome of a project.
for questions about what is part of a role on a project, for example what the a planner does, what a lead does, etc. This tag can also be applied to questions about methodologies, such as …
For questions about the Program Management Professional program, courses and the exam.
is for questions about documentation of processes and projects in the field of project management.
for questions about how to use a PM methodology in a development process.
for all questions that involve Microsoft Project version 2010.
For questions about applying or interpreting relative measures of work-effort, known as "story points," to user stories or project milestones.