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So...How’s That Agile Initiative Doing?

by Sanjiv Augustine

This article covers some ways for you to monitor the health of your agile initiative through regular process inspection and adaptation.

Get It Right the Last Time: Developing an Agile Attitude

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

The first thing agile project managers should do is work on their attitude about what it takes to succeed. This article shares examples of five agile attitudes.

Agile Stories

by Mike Cohn

Augmenting user stories with conditions of satisfaction doesn't have to be as scary as it sounds. This article will show one technique for writing contracts to cover contracted agile development.

Just How Good is Good? Take a DUL Moment to Find Out

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

There are risks to both over-engineering and under-engineering a system. In extreme project management, we want to find this out at the beginning before it leads to a big mistake at the end.

The Five Deadly Sins of Agile Project Management

by Kathleen B. Hass

There are five key causes contributing to projects collapsing before realizing their true potential. Break the cycle of challenged projects by focusing on these key areas.

Honest Communication

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

A project is only as sick as its secrets, and the very nature of project management is that it challenges the core of what it means to be human. How sick are you?

The Five Myths of Leadership

by Mike Griffiths

Agile project management is more closely aligned to leadership best practices than traditional PM best practices. But the domain of leadership is rife with myths and misconceptions. This article explores (and slays) the five myths of leadership.

Agility Begins with Me

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

When it comes to project managers who are advocates of agile project management, there are two camps: The Winners and the Wheners. Which one are you?

Extreme Planning

by Mike Griffiths

Planning is too important for the beginning of a project. Instead, planning needs to occur throughout the project and plans need to evolve to reflect the changing realities of projects.

Churchill: The Agile PM (Part 13)

by Mark Kozak-Holland

As our Lessons From History series continues, we take a look at how Churchill put in place a communication plan to bolster morale in the government, media and public.


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