This post provides an interesting perspective on the skills of people that would like to have in your project teams.
This blog post takes the classical project management triangle (deadline, price, quality) equation to the people side of project management.
As consultants, sometimes we have clients that need many hours of training and help understanding what they should be doing in order to make the end product successful.
A list of the most valuable positions in a software development team.
The Core Protocols are our ‘best practices’ for people, teams of people and organizations that want to get great results – all the time.
We’ve been conditioned to think that the best way to motivate ourselves and others is either through fear of punishment or through external rewards such as money and fame.
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.
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.