Tag Archives: Project Planning

Creeping Death

Regardless of how well you initiate and plan the project, the journey only starts at that point as you then have to execute the work. For me the biggest risk seems to be the dreaded Scope Creep. The PMI define … Continue reading

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Hands in the blood

It is a phrase that was much used in my last office and its intent was very simple. In every project, there were a number of key people that would be cornered, coerced, or cajoled into giving a definitive answer … 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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Agile Estimating and Planning – Mike Cohn

Agile Estimating and Planning Mike Cohn has 20+ years in the tech sector and is a founding member of the Agile Alliance and to say he knows Agile inside-out is an understatement. The book is structured over 7 major sections, … Continue reading

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