In this blog post, Dan Galorath explains why it could be wiser not to bid on an outsourcing project.
Project Management for Software Development
Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch gives a lecture on Time Management at the University of Virginia and teaches how to set priorities in you projects… and your life.
Along with a menagerie of problems, the vast majority of so-called “Agile Coaches” are unconsciously incompetent with respect to adopting and transitioning to Agile and a wider toolkit is called for in many situations. But there’s hope: we can change our outlook and learn the tools at hand to turn...
Jeff Sutherland explains in this video that the Burndown Chart is intended to monitor the simultaneous agile development methods going on within a Scrum team. Like a fighter plane landing, there is no room for error, and the chart is intended to monitor such issues.
In this article, Johanna Rothman explains why the size of a project team matters. Teams larger than 9 seems to have problems to communicate and teams smaller than 3 could lack the creative power to solve issues.
In this blog post, Pawel Brodzinski explains the mechanics of improvements in software project teams adopting Kanban.
This video focuses on answering the following questions: * How staged release software results in increased profit, lower capital investment and faster project break even. * How Agility enables delivery of value while managing inherent project unpredictability * How using an interactive approach, the business priorities are the main topic...
In this article Esther Derby discusses the balance between quick fixes and long term solutions in project management.