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Agile Project Management Excerpt


Using Agile Project Management (APM), project managers can achieveflexibility and customer responsiveness goals without compromising value,quality or business discipline. In "Agile Project Management, Second Edition," authorJim Highsmith thoroughly updates his classic guide to APM, extending andrefining it to support even the largest projects and organizations.

Writing for project leaders, managers, and executives at all levels,Highsmith integrates the best project management, product management, andsoftware development practices into an overall framework designed to supportunprecedented speed and mobility. Read the excerpt.

IT Business Edge's Knowledge Network contains a robust  selection of book excerpts designed to help lighten the management load for IT  managers and decision-makers. From project and portfolio management, to IT department management, to measuring and managing performance, our high-quality  excerpts, provided by leading authors on the subjects, target critical  management issues. Get—or build on—your "IT savvy" by leveraging the  resources IT Business Edge and the Knowledge Network offer.

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