“Estimating With Use Case Points” describes the process to measure the size of an application modeled with UML, using use case points.
The article “Adaptive Project Management Using Scrum” by Craig Murphy provides a basic overview of Scrum, an agile process for managing software development project.
“When we “plan”, we expect the actual project result to conform to that plan, and then deviations become team mistakes or sign of the team’s failure to work enough. When we “speculate”, we take the opposite perspective – it’s the plan we suspect was wrong. The plan, or speculation, is...
Nearly every aspect of human life could be improved by better listening, from family matters to corporate business affairs to international relations. Most of us are terrible listeners. We’re such poor listeners, in fact, that we don’t know how much we’re missing. The following are eight common barriers to good...
This blog post presents the main principles of time management in the case of agile software development.
The article “The Upside of Downsizing” describes how a project was successfully downsized from 100 to 12 developers. To make such a dramatic adjustment the development process was switched to Scrum and user stories.
“Running an Open Source Software Project” by William Echlin presents the project management activities in open source projects and compare them to the needs of commercial projects.
This post presents a personal list of articles dealing with agile project management.