Project Management for Software Development

Redmine Hosting Providers

Redmine Hosting Providers

Redmine is a free and open source, web-based project management tool written using the Ruby on Rails framework. It allows users to manage multiple projects and associated subprojects. Redmine features issue tracking, project wikis and forums, time tracking, and flexible, role-based access control.

Scaling Agile: The Small-is-Beautiful of Hubs

Scaling agile is all the rage these days, and especially popular with laggard adopters who want to broaden their management span of control. Most scaling frameworks are just classical military hierarchies suitable to command-and-control: in a suitably arranged organization of 625 people, the average number of communication hops between any...

Limiting Work-in-Progress (WIP) for Software Developers

The idea of limited work-in-progress (WIP) is coming from Lean methodologies. At its core, it means that software developers should start new tasks only when the current piece of work is done and delivered. Finding the right work-in-progress limit can increase overall system (organization) throughput.

The Agile Project Stakeholder Engagement Canvas

Stakeholder engagement is critical in agile projects. Agile project managers, business analysts, product owners, Scrum masters as well as agile teams must plan their approach to collaborate well with stakeholders and build productive working relationships.

Five Key Insights for Open Source Projects Sustainability

Five Key Insights for Open Source Projects Sustainability

Many technology firms are turning to open source tools to accelerate innovation and growth. As these firms work to influence open source projects, governance practices sometimes shift from coordination among a small group of software developers and firms to management by large communities of contributors and organizations, often with competing...

Kanban for skeptics - Clear answers to Kanban in software development

Kanban for Skeptics

At the beginning of his book Kanban for Skeptics, Nick Oostvogels says “By listing the 5 most common arguments against Kanban and my response to them, I hope to help people in their Kanban journey and build great organizations that create amazing products.”

Shaping the Work: Assigning Whole Projects, not Tasks

As software development teams start to grow, some common struggles appear: team members feel like projects go on and on, with no end in sight, and product managers cannot find time to think strategically about the product. In this talk, Ryan Singer explains how the Basecamp team operates.