Project management is not that easy, and it can be even more challenging if you don’t use the appropriate software and tools to centralize all your work. Actually, they main risks would be forgetting things, not managing to keep track of your project’s progress and ending up with skipping tasks along the go. By contrast, relying on a set of good practices and tools will definitely enable you to improve monitoring and decision-making in due time, among others. Here’s a list of references to go further with your project management!
Improve your project monitoring
- Finally a software adapted to project managers
- Make better decisions with accurate Metrics and Dashboards
- The importance of taking back control of your workflow
- The 10 most popular project management tools and methods
You have certainly heard of “agile methods” or “the agile method”. Far from being merely an umpteenth trend, agility is another type of project management method you can opt for. Agile, Scrum, Kanban approaches: here you can find more details about these topics.
Agility at enterprise scale
Managing to align each agile team with the overall business strategy? Find out our range of useful contents to better understand and deploy agility at scale.
Agile digital transformation
Learn more about agile digital transformation to turn your plans into reality, making your software a competitive advantage for your business.
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
Here’s some useful resources about Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), a comprehensive process to manage the entire software lifecycle.
Open Source software
Nowadays, the Open Source is more than a publicly available code, it is a mode of thinking which promotes principles such as transparency and open collaboration. Find out more details about the Open Source Software and its strategic advantages.
Discover our resources to learn more about software quality, the new challenge for organizations to ensure the quality and compliance of developed software and applications.
Integrating Tuleap with software solutions such as Jira, Jenkins or GitLab is possible. To learn more, here is a list of resources related to integration.