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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tat`yana Mineeva
The implementation of agile methods in project management of companies in building sphere
Faculty of Management
Master’s programme
2014
As the markets are becoming more dynamic and changes are becoming unexpected organizations have to establish open and agile systems of project management. In this regard there is an objective necessity in implementation of agile methodologies that enable to reduce the uncertainty and adapt the project to present conditions. There is no common opinion which agile methodology is better or worse in projects. There is a variety of different projects that aim to reach the unique results with certain quality level using the available resources.However, it is hard to define which particular methodology is able to improve project management in specific terms. Accordingly to this, the present work is devoted to elaboration of algorithm which enables to determine the appropriate agile methodology in accordance with circumstances of project execution.

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