DECLARATION OF INTERDEPENDENCE
The Declaration of Interdependence (DOI) was developed strictly for the project management side of the agile projects and it is not a part of the Agile Manifesto. As a matter of fact, the DOI was created in 2003, two years after the Agile Manifesto. There are six principles associated with the DOI. According to Griffiths (2012), the DOI is directed at project leadership and is not tested on the PMI-ACP exam.* It is important to mention that the difference between the DOI and the Agile Manifesto is that the DOI is for the project management side of an agile pro...
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