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How Do You Like Multitasking Among Several Projects?

02.11.2013
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Øredev 2011 - Agile Portfolio Planning: Managing Your Project Portfolio - Johanna Rothman from Øredev Conference on Vimeo.


Whether you’ve been Agile for a while or still thinking about it, you have one thing in common with all other software teams. You have too much work to do. One of the valuable aspects of moving to an Agile approach for projects is the choices you have in managing the portfolio. You can use a kanban approach, a first-come-first-served queue, or one of several evaluation approaches to select which project to do next.

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