In this video, learn the basics of program and portfolio reporting when both Agile and Waterfall projects are in progress.
- Independent projects are fairly simple … to manage and track. … Things get a little trickier when you have projects … that are dependent on each other. … Remember, a program is simply a group of related projects. … Each project has a portion of the overall program goal. … It's also good to remember that all the independent projects … plus all the programs together make up … the whole portfolio of work in your organization. … So, how do you take the project level reporting … and pull it tother into a program or portfolio? … And really, the hardest question is … how do you create a cohesive view … into the health of your portfolio … when you have both Agile and Waterfall projects. … Well, let's start with the basics. … We know that in Waterfall time, cost, … and scope are all locked at the beginning. … At a minimum, these three data points … need to be represented for the projects, … the programs, and the whole portfolio. … In Agile, we know that time and cost are fixed, … but scope is flexible. …
- Waterfall vs. agile life cycles
- Strengths and weaknesses of each method
- Choosing your framework
- Measuring team progress
- Conducting a blended measurement