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February 2, 2013 by rkelly976
Originally posted on Your Project Success:
View as slideshow Martin Chernenkoff – Known as @EdmontonPM on twitter presents a recap of the…
August 28, 2012 by rkelly976
Unfortunately, Project Methodolgy and GPS devices have too much in common….and too many people blindly follow both!
June 25, 2012 by rkelly976
I firmly believe that we are coming upon an era where the Project Manager will be seen as a leader, an influencer, and a key player in the success of businesses striving to achieve their vision and purpose.
May 16, 2012 by rkelly976
Agile is a great buzzword in project management these days. It is rare to find a job description without it listed as a requirement and at least every other client asks for an agile methodology. As popular as it has come, so many Waterfall PMs don’t know where to start. This post will provide a basic overview of how an agile project might flow.
March 21, 2012 by rkelly976
As a traditional waterfall project manager, I am now engulfed in the ways of Agile and wanted to share a few thoughts that every newbie must keep in mind as they move to the other side of the tracks.
February 28, 2011 by rkelly976
I’ve been practicing and coaching Agile in one guise or another for nearly a decade. After a year spent travelling in Australia and New Zealand I was interested in a fresh way of developing software. Around that time I discovered the Portland Pattern Repository with Unit Testing, Pair Programming and Test Driven Development. From that day I became a zealot, eager to share these amazing ideas with my colleagues and team mates. Amazingly inspite of some my early eagerness many people weren’t open to trying these new ideas. From that experience I’ve noticed a number of common adoption anti-patterns or Agile Smells.
February 21, 2011 by rkelly976
Author & Agile Coach, Peter Saddington, shares his thoughts on Agile software development. “I’m always looking for creative ways to look at Agile software development. As a developer myself, I want to continue to grow my craft. Sitting back in my comfortable chair one day I realized that there has to be a formula for great Agile software development.”