Project Management for Software Development

Aspects of Kanban

“Aspects of Kanban” is an introduction to the Kanban workflow Lean project management system.

When Do You Kill A Project?

as a project manager or as business stakeholder how does one determine whether to bring the project back to life or just kill it? Answering this question is not that hard. You will find it in this post “When Do You Kill A Project?“

Being a Victim is a Choice

Declan Whelan talsk about how team member can act as victim when they say the word “can’t, never, …”. He suggest how this situation can be changed to get a performing team.

The next step in the evolution of Agile project management

This post discusses is the next step in the evolution of Agile project management. The focus of project management used to be based on managing Tasks that people perform to deliver a piece of software. Agile project management shifted focus to managing the delivery of Features.

How to Sustain Adaptive Planning

Scrum and other agile methods recognize that responsiveness to change is an important aspect of delivering projects. They also recognize that software development is evolutionary and creative. By managing changes through Adaptive planning, Scrum provides a simple yet effective method of planning and tracking project progress. “How to Sustain Adaptive...

Simplicity: A New Model

In his blog post “Simplicity: A New Model“, Jurgen Appelo discussed simplicity and complexity, gives some definitions.