Project Practice Portfolios are customized, dynamic software development lifecycles built from practices selected not because of their original methodology but because they are the best possible choice for the team, the context, the customer, and the problem at hand. Project Practice Portfolios are reviewed regularly and adjusted by adding new or offsetting classes to the portfolio as well as removing underperforming practices.
This site is dedicated to;
* the accumulation of practices from all methodologies, schools of thought, and ideologies, * engaging the broadest possible community to establish the range of effectiveness a practice has in isolation and in combination with other practices, and * to establish a reference of practice interactions based on real world experience.
* The Project Practice Portfolio wiki contains the master list of practices, practice classes, and schools of thought. * Discussions Forums are available here. * Blog and republished wiki comments are here.