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Access IBM Rational Build Forge demos to see how it can be used to create a software assembly line to automate and accelerate software delivery. Learn how Rational Build Forge can help development teams automate repetitive tasks, uncover development bottlenecks, determine trends for specific projects and manage compliance mandates.
Requirements definition and management is an activity that has the potential to deliver a high, fast ROI. This white paper explains the characteristics of a good requirement and presents ten steps to better requirements management. Read on to learn how better requirements translate into easier, higher quality projects.
In today's challenging economic climate, the consequences of releasing software prematurely can be severe. Read this presentation transcript and learn how you can transform your next software release into a more managed and predictable business process, increasing the likelihood of your success.
This white paper is an excerpt from the book "Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises", and describes the iteration pattern and activities that a team engages in to create tested, value-delivered code in a short time box.
Many IT project management initiatives often miss goals, exceed budgets and fail to deliver benefits. Read this paper to learn how optimizing project management can help organizations transition from managing IT projects to managing business outcomes.
This paper provides a review of the steps and stages associated with project management according to the Project Management Institute® (PMI). It is a primer for anyone new to the PMBOK® and who is preparing to take the PMP exam.
The Project Management Network Diagram (PM Network Diagram) provides a visual illustration of the project management life cycle (in terms of the chain of events that take place in a project).