Dynamic Systems Development (or DSDM) is a method based on the assumption that nothing is perfect first time, but that 80% of the solution can be produced in 20% of the time it would take to produce the whole solution. It is highly iterative, all steps can be re-visited, therefore the current step need be … Read more
Some months ago we were reviewing a project that had continuous delays with different reasons for delay and without delivering builds as expected. I sat with the PM to review the schedule and the different modules to deliver. We sent the schedule to the trash and started another one. We don’t need to deliver each … Read more
This presentation published by NOOP is something good to review periodically, Checklist for the Agile Manager
Last week I had time to attend a web conference about how to get contracts implementing your projects under agile rules. I would like to remember some of the points the speaker stressed. Sell: Visibility, the customer is the person who gets the backlog and decide the next package of features to be developed. Continuous … Read more
Take into account I’m learning about it, but I would like to summarize a short list of thoughts: Customers have to be active part of the project. They have to be involved in each revision of the project and take decisions about the scope of the project, approach, tailoring… The intermediate deliveries with working functionality … Read more
I doubt rounded my mind about how what are the right conditions for proposing a project to a external client, what are the guidelines and the rules for doing it? Looking information about this I discovered Leading Agile that published an entry about the Agile framework. I asked him about my thoughts and the answer … Read more
Looking for some tips in Resource Management into Projects I found this blog that talks about Agile techniques in PM. This conceptual framework has developed some methods that works as guidelines on project management and this post review some interesting ones.