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Relating PMBOK Practices to Agile Practices - Scope

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Relating PMBOK Practices to Agile Practices - Scope 
Author: Michele Sliger 
Size: one web page 
Contributor: Margaret Motamed 
Posting Date: 4/22/09 

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Plan-driven approaches work hard to prevent changes in scope, whereas agile approaches expect and embrace scope change. The agile strategy is to fix cost and schedule and then work to implement the highest value features as defined by the customer, so that scope remains flexible

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