There is a lot of literature about project management but what should you do if you do not only manage one project but multiple. This is called portfolio management and this blog post will cover our experiences at incentergy in portfolio optimization.
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Projects are by definition a risky thing. Risk means that it might take longer, they do not meet their goals or will be more expensive than expected. This blog post will describe a simple but effective way of managing and reducing risks.
Especially projects in the IT world are likely to fail. In the last 20 years around 20%-30% of projects failed without delivering any value. Further 30% were challenged meaning they overrun budget or time.
According to the CHAOS-Report around 70% of IT projects are challenged or completely failing. In the last 10 years these number did not change a lot. It is still the case that around 70% of IT projects fail. This blog post will show you some techniques to control your project and make sure that it is completed in time and in budget.
Inna Pommeranz / pixelio.de
Scrum is the most suitable process model when developing a product. This blog post will illustrate the different roles with metaphors from a baseball game.
In the past I managed a lot of projects in ecommerce. Most of the time it was about building or optimizing online shops. This blog post summarizes some of the techniques that I am using for making it possible to deliver the requested quality on time and on budget.
Further I will bust some myths and explain how you should behave.