Project Management for Software Development

The Core Protocols, an Experience Report – Part 1

The Core Protocols are our ‘best practices’ for people, teams of people and organizations that want to get great results – all the time. They are ‘Core’ because they are foundational – they can be used by all teams, anywhere, even if you already have organizational patterns and best practices...

Yin Yang & Project Management

The article “Yin Yang & Project Management” discusses how understanding the balance inherent in agiles guiding principles can help project managers make the transition from traditional project management methodologies to agile.

Is Agile Project Management a Fad?

Why is it called “agile” project management? Could it be called “agile project” management. This is the endless discussion, that has no resolution. Or at least no resolution that has any value. Glen Alleman try to to put agility back into conventional project management.

Working Effectively With Developers

Developers and testers often do not work effectively together. Either the developers can change, we can change, or both. I’ve never had much luck directly changing other people’s behavior. The article “Working Effectively With Developers” discusses of the interactions between developers and testers.

10 Lessons in Guerilla Tactics of Project Management

While many brilliant books and articles have been written on good project management, there is little attention paid to all the possibilities a project manager has to create the appearance of managing a project well without the burden of actually doing it. “10 Lessons in Guerilla Tactics of Project Management”...