SDLC Archive

  • Project Management

    Creative Collaboration — Can it Help Project Managers?

    A friend of mine suggested I read Group Genius: The Creative Power of Collaboration so I added it to my reading list. Dr. Keith Sawyer is the author; his writing style really appeals to me because he boils down some difficult ideas to easy to […]

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  • business analyst, project management, sdlc, scrum, agile

    Scrum Training — Is it Worth the Money?

    Last week I had the chance to attend a training sessions related to the Scrum Methodology that was taught by Michael James from CollabNet. I had been searching for a while for someone who was not only knowledgeable in the real world application of Scrum, […]

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  • Dr. Angela Suckworth

    What Role Does “Grit” Play in Professional Success?

    Before I researched this article, I thought that grit was an outdated concept that died with tough guys like John Wayne. To me the word conjures up images of tough guys who rode horses and didn’t shave for weeks at a time. But there is […]

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  • Cloud migration

    Cloud Enablement and Why it Matters in Project Management

    You are going to encounter the concept of Cloud enablement regardless of your industry. Because project managers are so often drafted into project design and implementation in many different departments don’t want to look silly in front of the developers, you owe it to yourself […]

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  • SDLC Explination

    Understanding the SDLC isn’t Just for Programmers

    If you work in any type of project management you must understand the SDLC (software development lifecycle) because eventually you will run into it headfirst. There are so many situations that your company will probably face in the near future where you will need to […]

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