Category Archives: Agile Project Management

TETO vs Hallway Testing A Comparison

TETO vs Hallway Testing: A Comparison

I’m not sure if you got the memo, but testing is not just an option but a necessity. Speeding your way past testing is likely a horror story waiting to happen, and a future cautionary tale at best. It’s the compass that guides strategies, helping professionals navigate through the vast ocean of consumer behaviour and…

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Bringing Structure and Agility Together: Integrating SOSTAC and Agile Marketing

Bringing Structure and Agility Together: Integrating SOSTAC and Agile Marketing

Like I’ve said before, marketing has changed a lot lately. Think about how fast everything online is changing. Also, customers today have a lot of power. Because of this, marketers need to be flexible and quick. But, planning is still very important. Good marketing needs a solid plan. When you use a detailed plan like…

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Adapting the Time Quality Cost Triangle for Various Project Types

Adapting the Time Quality Cost Triangle for Various Project Types

The Project Management Triangle, also known as the Time Quality Cost Triangle, Triple Constraint or Iron Triangle, is a model often used by project managers to balance scope, time, and cost, and at the centre, quality. It’s a valuable tool that helps in understanding how changing one aspect of a project can impact the others….

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