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Business Projects. You know, those projects that the business is screaming for, those projects that have a direct link to business processes and tie to the outcomes of the business groups. In essence this is all the business is really asking IT for.
Internal Projects. Installing a fleet of new network devices, decommissioning a data centre, and any number of other internally focused system based activities. The problem with many of these projects is that all too often internal teams are left to manage them independently.
Operational Change. Every day IT operations will be registering, planning, assessing, building, testing and deploying changes, which may also include managing the process to deploy a change that relates to ether of the project types above.
Unplanned Work. Unplanned work is recovery work, which almost always takes you away from meeting your goals.
limit the size and scope of each task. Agile development practices identify that it is far more productive, and more conducive to better quality outcomes, to release smaller more frequent packages than it is to release a single large package.