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PMBOK can be understood more as a compendium, a collection of practices. So the objective of this publication is to make it accessible and demonstrate the means of using these practices in a rational way. This "guide" then offers some sense for the daily exercise of managing projects, where different components must be managed in time and space in order to ...


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Basically PMBoK contains best practices and is not exactly related to any methodology. More or less it could be applied to a big amount of methodologies. As an example here is an article of relationship between Agile software development techniques and those based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide): https://www.pmi.org/learning/...


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Well, "all of the above having now been said," I now appreciate the wisdom of an e-book called "Managing the Mechanism," which made the observation that computer software is "an autonomous, self-directing machine." "The team's" task is, of course, "to produce computer software." But, when "the computer ...


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Agile works best when operating in the Complex domain. The Cynefin Framework classifies projects into four domains: Simple, Complicated, Complex, and Chaotic. Agile works best when you're working in the Complex domain. In the Simple domain, you're working with a well-understood area and you're able to complete it simply by following a set of rules and ...


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Agile is not a methodology, much less a project management methodology. Organisational agility is all about having a organisation that is responsive to change with empowered teams. The Agile Manifesto for Software Development is a set of ideas about how to do software development work, and various frameworks and management approaches have been devised that ...


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