Part II. Managing Development

In this section, I'll address the activities that typically occur when managing the project implementation. This includes organizing the requirements into appropriately sized pieces, prioritizing and planning the development of those pieces, and tracking the overall progress of both the work performed and the work remaining. This represents a major part of the resource expenditure and often receives a great deal of management attention. Knowing how much work is left to do and when you're likely to finish is the dream of every project manager. The techniques presented here will help you accomplish that.

I have chosen to design the solutions in this section around the agile methodology. This is a widely adopted approach ...

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