- Faking Metrics
'Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please.' or just distort them from the beginning.Read More
- Can you fail a sprint?
What happens at the end of a Scrum sprint to label that sprint a success or not. Can you even 'fail' a sprint? If not how do you improve, but if so what does failure mean?Read More
- Are Daily Stand-ups Useful?
One of the cornerstones of Scrum is the daily stand-up (Scrum) where teams quickly communicate their plans, but in the era of instant messaging are they still useful?Read More
- Disney Queues are Project Management?
What can Disney World Queues teach us about project management?Read More
To bring customers and people on board with your project don't dismiss the power of storytellingRead More
- Adaptive vs. Iterative
Waterfall is a predictive project management style, but is Agile an adaptive or iterative?Read More
- Team Philosophy & Expectations
What do I expect from my teams and what paradigms do we followRead More
- Translating Requirements
How do you translate requirements from a subject matter expert team (like aerospace analysts) to a form that a software development team can understand (without years of subject matter knowledge)?Read More
- Agile is Welcoming
A different way to think of Agile in terms of the communication it needs to workRead More
- Agile as Value
The idea that Agile only adds value is not what most people look to Agile for, but it is probably the most important thing.Read More