Author: Project Management Planet

Scaling Agile Transformation in a Waterfall Enterprise

Learn how Accenture works with clients to drive agile transformation at all levels of the enterprise. This presentation explores key activities and the lessons learned as Accenture reviews an 18-month journey from waterfall to scrum, to XP. This video talks about getting started with pair programming, starting with unit tests...

Your Project Behaves Like a Hurricane: Forecast It Like One

Do your projects seemingly spin up out of nowhere, strike when least expected, and leave a trail of destruction in their wake? Though the butt of many jokes, weather forecasting—and in particular hurricane forecasting—has gotten surprisingly good over the past few decades.

Easier and Better Project Estimation

Over the years KRC have closely analyzed the problems organizations are having with their projects and the way they work. One of the most common problems is to do with estimation. The fact is most people find it a struggle.

Scrum and Agile Planning with Microsoft Project 2013

Some say that Microsoft Project can’t be used outside of a waterfall schedule approach, but it’s not true. In fact, most of the best methods use iterative activities, such as Scrum or agile planning. This video shows you key steps for building an agile schedule, as well as pros and...

Using Data to Make Better Project Forecasts and Decisions

If you are struggling to forecast project delivery dates and cost, or you want to eliminate the story estimation process because you feel it is waste, or you need to build the business case for hiring more staff, then this session is relevant to you. All estimates have uncertainty, and...

Kanban Myths and Misconceptions

This video discusses some insights about several of the myths and misconceptions about Kanban. If you’re just beginning to learn about the Kanban Method, this presentation provides a useful foundational perspective to keep in mind as you continue your research and reading of articles, posts, etc. Those who are a...

High Five Driven Development

Want that your work should be like a game? Do you have bad motivation at work? High Five Driven Development is a very easy way to increase motivation at work. This is a very easy coaching technique for everyone.

Coopetitive Collaboration for High Performing Teams

With the evolution and scaling of Agile environment – there is a growing misconception amongst the leadership towards the need for consistency across software development teams. The moment we endeavour this worship for invariability – we lose sight and flexibility of true agile and lean principles.