Project Management

Project Management

Project Management is the process of managing IT or IT-related projects. Technical project managers are critical to the conception, development and execution of the projects. 

Project planning

A part of project management that determines how to complete a project within a certain time frame. Usually it has defined stages and designated resources. It uses schedules to carry out the plan and subsequently report progress.

 

Roadmapping

Roadmapping is the strategic process of determining the actions, steps and resources needed to take an initiative from vision to reality.

SAFe

The Scaled Agile Framework (abbreviated as SAFe) is a set of organization and workflow patterns intended to guide enterprises in scaling lean and agile practices.

SAP

A software company, one of the largest vendors of ERP and other enterprise apps. It helps other companies run business processes in an integrated environment. The processes include accounting, sales, production, HR, payment, etc.

SDLC

Stands for Systems Development Life Cycle. It is a series of phases, that provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an application. SDLC implements a process for planning, creating, testing, and deploying an IT system.

SFDC

An abbreviation for Salesforce.com. A cloud computing company that focuses on CRM products. The company also designs applications for social networking. SFDC products are usually used by sales teams and customer support.

Six Sigma

Six Sigma is a disciplined, statistical-based, data-driven approach and continuous improvement methodology for eliminating defects in a product, process or service.

Strategic partnership

Strategic partnership is any relationship with another business or individual that can help business.

UX

Short for User Experience. Refers to a person's emotions and attitudes about using a particular product, system or service.

Waterfall Methodology

Waterfall methodology is a linear project management approach, where stakeholder and customer requirements are gathered at the beginning of the project, and then a sequential project plan is created to accommodate those requirements.

Scope

A project management technique that combines objectives and requirements necessary to complete a project, it allows to estimate costs and the time required to finish the project. It also describes responsibilities of separate team members and sets project boundaries.

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