Category: DSDM

Dynamic Systems Development methodology

DSDM Program Management Roles

DSDM Program Management Roles

The Roles of a DSDM Program *To see the roles of a DSDM Project: DSDM Project Management Roles and Responsibilities Business Program Owner Business Change Owner Program Manager Program Technical Architect Program Change Architect Project Teams Stakeholder Engagement Co-ordinator Change Agents Program Support Office Specialists Role Levels and Categories […]

Agile DSDM Certifications

DSDM Certifications

Certifications for DSDM AgilePM – Agile Project Management Two Levels – Foundation and Practitioner AgilePgM – Agile Program Management One Level – Foundation AgileBA – Agile Business Analysis Two Levels – Foundation and Practitioner AgileDS – Agile Digital Services Two Levels – Foundation and Practitioner Learn more about […]

8 Principles of DSDM

The 8 Principles of DSDM

A video on the 8 Principles of DSDM The 8 Principles: Focus on the Business Need Deliver on Time Collaborate Never Compromise Quality Build Incrementally From Firm Foundations Develop Iteratively Communicate Continuously and Clearly Demonstrate Control More Detail on the 8 Principles of DSDM   More Information at: […]

DSDM: Methodology & Project Framework

*The following was written by guest blogger Tammy Ziemba What Is DSDM? Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) is an Agile strategy fusing Agile principles with the entire project life-cycle. DSDM rationality foundation is the project arrangement with the key objectives of the association. The point of a DSDM […]

Complete List of Agile Frameworks

Comprehensive List of Agile Frameworks

  This is meant to be a list of all known existing Agile frameworks and methodologies. Each framework contains a general overview and links to find additional information. Not all Agile frameworks or methodologies are isolated to software development projects. It should be noted that Agile is not […]

Agile leadership

MoSCoW Prioritization: Overview and Tips

MoSCoW prioritization (or the MoSCoW method) is a tool used in all sorts of professions and industries to provide a structure for prioritizing work tasks. It is most commonly associated with the Agile approach Dynamic Systems Development Methodology, which is where I learned it. The origins appear to be […]