Tag Archives: Project Management

Much Ado about Nothing?

With the exception of anyone studying for the PMP, I doubt anyone else noticed that as of this summer the PMI cut fully over to the latest incarnation of their Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – The … 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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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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When the helicopter never gets off the ground

A project manager has to fly an interesting route, where we have to stay at 10,000ft to maintain the vision, and monitor the big picture – when and where are the milestones, are any risks become more likely to occur, … Continue reading

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The PRINCE and the PMP

Working with professional services teams that are running a modified PRINCE2 framework and a development team running Scrum with clients who are running a standard PMI waterfall via their PMPs can make for some interesting debates about the similarities and … Continue reading

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