Traditional Project Management tells us a Project Manager... provides status via a project plan facilitates status meetings with the team uses Dashboards to communicate to management is the representative of management on the team for communicating Let's see how Agile Project Management addresses communications. Download your Communication Guide today!
Change is a powerful thing You see it on your calendar – “Tuesday, 8:30am – Scrum Training” and you get pangs in your stomach. You have been creating software for a few years now and things have been going OK. Your team has been able to deliver what the customer wants (to
Learn how to get the most from Release Planning Does your Manager ask you: “When will you be finished?” “Can you send me the project schedule?” “What percentage complete are you?” “Can you send me details for the Program Dashboard I have to update?” If any of these questions sound familiar and
Are you thinking about adopting Agile? Have you already started? Today, you may be using a traditional, or Waterfall, approach that meets the needs of your company, but it's not able to address the adapting needs of your clients. That being said, the process itself feels comfortable and is well understood
In today’s technology driven world, the Agile Manifesto has taught us to value Individuals and Interactions over process and tools. It is not surprising that this is the first value of the manifesto as it focuses directly on the people component of software development. The creators of the Agile Manifesto
Because we are hard-wired to avoid pain, and we tend to unconsciously associate change with pain, we avoid change at all costs. Until the pain of not changing becomes greater than the pain of changing, nothing takes place. OK, so we all get it right? Change is not easy, but
How many times have you been on a project where you delivered something that wasn’t what the customer wanted? Maybe you came close, and maybe the customer was OK with releasing the product, but it wasn’t exactly 100% what they wanted. Sound familiar? Maybe you have even seen this picture