Project Management for Software Development
We have all heard of phrases such as “Let’s walk and talk”, “Give me your elevator pitch” or “Let’s get a coffee”. When someone comes up to you and says “let’s get a coffee”, you instinctively know that you are about to have a conversation with this person.
In a period where the trend is to follow agile approaches with condensed guidance (see the 12 principles of the Agile Manifesto for instance), it could seem strange to publish a book on software development with more than 500 dense pages. You should however not be frightened by the book...
Stakeholder interviews drive successful stakeholder engagement and give us an understanding of our software development project’s landscape. This understanding can help us navigate obstacles before they arise and keep everyone engaged and supportive.
Many software developers promoted to project managers take time to build skills in people management and are given little in the way of guidelines. There is no tech best-practice for how to hire, review performance, grow careers or promote.
The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model (ICSM) book is based on the initial work of Barry Boehm about the Spiral Model in 1988. According to the authors, ” Most of the problems in using the 1988 spiral model stemmed from users looking at the diagram and constructing processes that had nothing...
Empathy gets a lot of hype-coverage these days in software development project management. Before we jump on the empathy bandwagon blindly, the presenters recommend that we understand the matter a bit better and suggest we explore alternatives.
In an era where managing requirements could seem to be limited to writing user stories with a “as a … I want … so that” format on a post-it, it could be strange to publish a 500 pages book on this topic. However, people that want to improve their knowledge...
This presentation will help you understand the power of multidisciplinary software development project teams, why we are in a place to build them now, and how you might get started.
Navigating the complexities of prioritizing software development project requirements can pose a challenge for any project team. This video will guide you through the highly effective MOSCOW approach, enabling you to master the art of prioritization and fruitful discussions of project requirements.