MIS535 Students Discussions Week 6

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MIS535 Students Discussions Week 6
What are the objectives of project management, and why is it so essential in developing…

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MIS535 Students Discussions Week 6

MIS535 Students Discussions Week 6

All Students Posts – 109 Pages

Project Management – 72 Pages

What are the objectives of project management, and why is it so essential in developing information systems?  What are some of the contrast traditional developments with agile development?  What are the essential roles of the customer/user in agile development environments?

Agile Methodologies have increased importance in the software industry with the recognition that success of the software development of the solutions / systems depends on the capability of the organization to collect and capture knowledge created and shared by software development teams. Agile software development methodology is adaptive in nature rather than being predictive. Agile methods are designed to respond to changing product requirements, and to address volatile business needs along with time and cost constraints (Neves, Rosa, et. al, 2011, p. 308). All Agile methodologies share the same core values of agility and flexibility. Agile methods provide deliverables after each small iterations of normally 2-4 weeks, incrementing in small subsets of prioritized features thereby facilitating collaboration, interaction, trust between software development team and business stakeholders and customers.

Team Case Analysis Collaboration – 37 Pages

In this discussion, you will view the voice threads submitted by the other teams and comment on at least 3 of them.

It’s always astonishing to see how companies in various industries use these platforms to centralize their processes and increase their efficiency.  The long term benefits of implementing clearly outweighs the initial cost and set up.  Additionally, using one database to support various department functions minimizes data not being updated and creating data pockets in various departments.