150 project on-going at any one time, each have a 10 month timeline to delivery, and new projects are starting on a weekly basis…How much do you think gets done? […]
When organizations move to agile for software delivery, there is often tension with traditional portfolio management. This talk will illustrate how an organization can move from traditional portfolio management approaches […]
*If you don’t know how to measure what you want, you’ll end up wanting what you can measure.* Most often the thing you want to know isn’t easily quantifiable, and […]
This session introduces you to #noprojects, explains how to define an outcome and create an Outcome Profile and how to manage change using the Activity Canvas.
This talk covers different ways of reporting progress at a project level, then shows how to roll that data up into one report of progress for the portfolio.
There is a lot of confusion about what Kanban is. Some of this is due to the fact that many people who have never used Kanban have been deriding it […]
Velocity is one of the most common metrics used—and one of the most commonly misused—on agile projects. Velocity is simply a measurement of speed in a given direction—the rate at […]
Product Owner is a demanding role. The care and skill with which this role is played is a major determinant of project success or failure. This simple truth, though, becomes […]
Portfolio Management is not a new discipline. However, since the introduction of SAFe in 2012, it’s moved into the mainstream and the importance of structured Portfolio Management has become increasingly […]
Agilists employ user stories as a way to capture user requirements and drive the planning process for iterative and incremental delivery of software. Traditionalists with experience in “big requirements up […]
Many companies working hard to be more agile have a strong focus on process but failing to focus on product. This session’s focus is on product over process or project. […]
This session explores estimates, why they are pervasive in the programming world, how they might be harmful, and proposes better ways to make decisions.