Think project management model and an array of business diagrams, models, processes and methodology do a little dance in one’s mind’s eye. The success of a project wholly depends on how the stakeholders manage it at every stage. In other words, meticulous planning at every phase of the project management life cycle is the key to success. More so, in the IT sector where numerous projects have to be planned, executed and delivered in a short span of time. Precious time is spent on designing presentations to convey the project management model you choose for your business.
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1. Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) – a popular methodology that clearly defines distinct phases of work during the development of an IT project. This high level Agile SDLC diagram (developed by Scott Angler, a senior IT consultant) shows how business analysts, developers and stakeholders can together work at every stage of SDLC to successfully complete a project. The below diagram was recreated using 24point0’s ready-made Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) PowerPoint Slide.
2. Extreme Programming (XP) – again this is a type of agile software development that helps improve software quality through a series of iterative process intended to collate and implement changing customer requirements. Here is an example of how an IT services company describes its application development approach through Extreme Programming methodology. Easily recreate or customize this diagram using 24point0’s Extreme Programming PowerPoint Slide.
3. Dynamic systems development method (DSDM) – An agile framework that caters to project delivery and is mainly used as a software development method. This approach helps customer and developer to work in tandem and makes sure the requirements are clearly communicated. Here is a recreated image from a technology paper submitted at a popular Software Process Improvement conference in Europe. Go on. Pick up and customize your own Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) PowerPoint Slides from 24point0’s single slide store.