In this blog post, Robert McIlree discusses how software architect should participate in project teams.
Based on the orchestra conductor metaphor, Elisabeth Bucci explains how the project manager can be involved in projects without playing the first role.
This blog post from Bas de Baar explores the dynamic of resilient project team building.
“The tendency to resort to groupthink can be exacerbated by a team’s tendency to self-select likeminded people and get rid itself of people who don’t think like the rest of the team. It’s important to find a workable balance between strong individual talents and team-centric collaboration, and to ensure that...
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 two common pitfalls that organizations encounter when implementing best practices are: 1. Lack of adaptation: this refers to a situation in which best practices are applied without customizing them to an organization’s specific needs. 2. Lack or adoption: this to the tendency of best practice initiatives to fizzle out...