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Games We Play

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

How two interactivive games help Agile coach Portia Tung explain theory, principles and common pitfalls, from defining project goals to removing constraints.

Gather Trust, Then Requirements

by Elizabeth Larson Rich Larson

One of the most difficult phases in project management is gathering business requirements. Many stakeholders simply don't know how to articulate what they want, or why they want it. Project managers who build trust will get better results.

Get More from Your Sprint Review

by Bart Gerardi

A sprint review is an essential part of the agile process, where the team can demo new features and functionality. But the demo is only half the story. The sprint review is also an opportunity for productive conversation and feedback between the team and stakeholder, which will lead to a better product.

Getting Engaged

by Mike Griffiths

Agile methods make the most of closer ties to the business and customer to get rapid feedback on functionality. This works great when customer engagement is high--but runs into problems when engagement is lacking. Learn about some warning signs and engagement models that can help.

Getting Procurement to Support Projects: Mission Impossible?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Where evolving procurement requirements come from, and why, is in reality no different than how requirements evolve in any organizational area. The challenge is that they compound themselves, layering restriction upon constraint upon requirement. What can an organization do to improve its procurement efforts? What can be done to make procurement work in support of projects rather than be a barrier, roadblock or black hole?

Getting to

by Linda Erzah

Bringing the customer into the requirements process is a key to success in every project. Sometimes, however, their expectations are unrealistic or even contrary to their best interests. Along with good facilitation, there are ways to negotiate with customers that give them the option to say "no" without you having to insist on it.

Getting to Ready

by Bart Gerardi

When is an agile team ready to being work on a project? It’s not about eliminating uncertainty or understanding every nuance. The best teams define what “ready” means to them, and then work together to get requirements and stories where they need for work to commence.

Global Projects, Local Problems

by Andy Jordan

The project may be global, but the details are just as important. Have you considered just how wide-reaching the impact of certain issues could become on your project? There's no way all of those issues and impacts for all of your projects can be flagged on one article, but here we look at just how significant some of these issues are.

Governance Update: More Standards, Less Compliance

by Michael Wood

What has been happening in the exciting world of IT Governance? Basically, the standards boards keep creating new standards because that is what they do. Unfortunately, most organizations really don’t pay all that much attention to them.

Groom With A View

by Bart Gerardi

The process of refining requirements to the point that they are ready to be worked upon is known as ‘backlog grooming.’ But this task accomplishes more than clarifying requirements; it informs stakeholders, contributes to the project plan, and reinforces Agile principles in general. Here’s guidance on how and when it should be done.

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