Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Series of Unfortunate Events – Surplus to requirements

Well, that was both swift and unexpected. There I was, happily working away prepping for a call with a fellow PM working on the project (but in our Toronto office) when the office manager asks if he can have ‘a … Continue reading

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Agile Project Management with Scrum – Ken Schwaber

Agile Project Management with Scrum As one of the original signatories on the Agile Manifesto, Ken Schwaber has been at the heart of the Agile movement since its inception. With over 30 years of experience in Software development, Schwaber has … Continue reading

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Irresistable Force meets Immovable Object

This is one of those ‘tree falling in the woods’ philosophical conundrums which looks great on paper or at some party, but gets a bit out shape when you hit the real world. To be the pedant – which I … Continue reading

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