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Lessons Learnt from PMI-ACP

Lessons Learnt from PMI-ACP

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

Our basic communication with the customer during the project is limited to sharing weekly status and progress report & performance review; at times, we share documents for their approval. The team would be casually working firstly; towards the fag end of the project, we used to face big problems in big-bang integration and several bugs in system testing and acceptance testing; the team would be extremely engaged towards the finish. For long, we got habituated to this practice and were not thinking about any alteration.
Agile practices harness change for the customer’s competitive benefits. The client owns the product backlog ordered by value for the team to execute in iterations. The customers are able to modify the requirement until it is picked up for implementation.

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