agileKRC joined forces with APMG to run a webinar on the idea of combining AgilePM/DSDM with Scrum. Here is the white paper and the accompanying webinar.
I would like to offer a word or two of advice to wannabe consultants/professionals who are trying to impress people with their views on Agile.
Over the many years of working with agile in general, and agile project management in particular, I have been surprised at the number of misconceptions that have become so prevalent that they more or less become facts. Albeit 'fake news'. Here are just a few statements that are true and are intended to correct those agile misconceptions.
We were all delighted at agileKRC to do so well in the independent survey of training companies selling AgilePM training.
Women's football could bring a new and vibrant look to football. However, will it try to copy the men's game or create its own brand? I fear it will the be former!
It is not easy to facilitate a meeting let alone 5 Conservative leadership contenders! However, some things can make life easier ...or harder! Facilitation is an art and a science that can be learnt by anyone. See if you agree with these 3 observations.
Leading a team has many challenges, but are you creating one that need not exist? Are you trying to impress your team by the way you are working, but inadvertently putting yourself at a disadvantage? Take a look at this blog and see if you are fine ...or maybe you have a big lesson to learn!
There are so many buzzwords used in Agile that it can become confusing and perhaps intimidating at times. Even the word Agile has many defintions depending on who you ask. In this blog, we take a 'not too serious' look at what these words actually mean! Let us know if you can you think of any others?
As I was passing through the airport the other day, I noticed an old book was the No. 1 bestseller. It has helped me a lot on my agile journey. The main advice being about how to judge people.
I seemed to have kicked off quite an engaging post on LinkedIn regarding 'what is agile?' and I received a post from Larry Moore that I thought was quite interesting. Here is my reply to Larry.