Managing Project Communications Visit the Library and read the article below in preparation for your Discussion Board posting. This paper examines the relationship between the project management ‐ customer’s communication and the project success. The agile software development methodology was introduced in February 2001, when the Agile Manifesto was conceived, based on four values: 1. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools; 2. Working software over comprehensive documentation; 3. Customer collaboration over contract negotiation; and 4. Responding to change over following a plan. Holzmann, V., & Panizel, I. (2013). Communications management in scrum projects. Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Management, 67–74. (Accession Number: 91956200) Is agile project management (APM) communication management any different from traditional project management (TPM) communication management? As a result of reading the paper and drawing from your assigned readings, take a position (state your premise) that addresses these communications methodologies and support your position showing the situation (knowledge), an understanding of the situation (comprehension), and how it applies professionally (application). Then, analyze your premise/position with a cited reference or example showing that you have considered all aspects relating to the implementation of your premise as advantages/disadvantages (analysis). Finally, conclude with a restatement of your supported premise or a recommended course of action drawn from your analysis (synthesis) and then validate your conclusion or recommended course of action using cited references or examples not used in your analysis to avoid circular logic (evaluation).

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