Posts Tagged ‘waterfall’

5 Enablers of Team Success: A Universal Set of Minimum Project Requirements

Graphic: 5 Enablers of Team Success

Ever wonder what separates successful project teams from those that struggle or even fail outright? It’s a lot more than simply talent, energy and creativity. Without a solid enabling project infrastructure, even the best people can fail… or, at best, work needlessly hard in a project environment that fights them and saps them of their strength.

Learn how you can get the most out of your project team with the least amount of effort and frustration with these five key enablers… [Read more at my WORTH SHARING website.]

Edited: March 31st, 2017

August – November Issue of PM Minimalist Update Is Now Available

I just emailed my latest PM Minimalist Update to subscribers.  It’s loaded with articles, links, and more. Check it out here:

Highlights from this issue include links to 22 new articles & tools:

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Edited: November 30th, 2012

PM Minimalism, Agile, Scrum, & Waterfall: Who’s On First?

In my last post, “The Origins of My PM Minimalism..,” I argued that PM Minimalism is “not merely simple-minded — it’s about PM essences.”  In this post I’ll answer a question I am frequently asked when people first hear about  PM Minimalism, namely:

  • Where does PM Minimalism fit with Agile, Scrum, Waterfall or other PM approaches “de jour“?

The short answer: They fit together nicely!  This video explains:

A PM Minimalist’s Perspective on Agile, Scrum, & Waterfall from PM Minimalist.

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Edited: November 19th, 2012

A Zillion Project Management Models & Why You Should Build Another One!

A Zillion Project Management Models & Why You Should Build Another One!
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Edited: September 2nd, 2011

Loops & Hoops & Waterfalls: A PM Minimalist Perspective on Agile, Scrum & … (Yada, Yada)

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Edited: August 2nd, 2011