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Simply put, project tasks are activities that must be undertaken within a certain time frame to achieve a project goal, and a project culminates to a deliverable which can be a product/service to meet customer needs.
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Project scope is the extent of work that needs to be done to deliver a project, while project objectives are set of measurable functional and non-functional requirements that must be achieved for a deliverable to be classified as a success and 'done'.
Being a able to lead a cross-functional team successfully to deliver within budget, on time and using the best available skills (resources) in achieving the goals /objectives of the project.
Torn between using Agile or Waterfall methodology? The first question would be, is your product or service a deliverable that will benefit from customer feedback to accommodate adjustments, updates or upgrades during the project/product life cycle? If your project falls in this category then use an Read more
For me, on the single project I managed, the most satisfying part was when the rest of the team looked at the Trello board and said that they really appreciated how well I had prepared everything, and how easy it was for them to do their work without complications. I was proud of the project upon coRead more
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In a scrum setup, would the product manager be the product owner since he would have the roadmap of the product. And I am assuming the product manager would take the role of the scrum master. Thanks.