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Agility & Discipline Made Easy: Project Management

 
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Since all software development is inherently a project I was wondering if the book touches on any topics regarding project management from the PMI perspective? Such as Work Breakdown Structure, Risk Management, Time/Scope/Cost = Quality, etc...
 
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Hi Michael,

Agility and Discipline is not a book on PMBOK, or written from a PMI perspective.
We do address various project mgmt topics, and hence have touchpoints with PMI. As an example, there is a specific practice dealing with the topic of managing risk. We do not cover Work Breakdown Structures (and my view is that they are necessary, but keep them only at a high level in a plan, use lower levels of WBS only as guidance, do not put them in plans).
The topic of Time/Scope/Cost is not specifically addressed, but touched upon in various practices.

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/Per
 
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