Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Frayed Ends of Sanity

A complex project with a rapidly changing dynamic ecosystem is basically borderline chaotic. As a PM, how do you measure progress in this ‘complex’ area? The graph I’ve posted is from Ken Schwaber’s book on Agile Project Management and is … Continue reading

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Justify your existence.

For all the charts, graphs, burn-downs, presentation decks, velocity tracks and steering calls, there is often an 800 lb gorilla sitting quietly in the corner. Just one simple question… Does This Project Still Make A Strong Business Case To Continue? … Continue reading

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