If you began with a vague idea and kept changing things in the hope that you would eventually end up knowing what you wanted, then success is about as easy to find as the end of a rainbow.
Keith Richards of Keith RichardsConsulting gave me my first formal training in DSDM nearly a decade ago and I am thrilled to have him contribute to our blog. If you would like to know more about Keith’s methods, you can purchase his book; ‘Agile Project Management: running PRINCE2 projects with DSDM Atern’ by Keith RIchards … Read more
The first reaction to the theory of agile is to think something like, ”great, now we don’t to pay business analysts and change manager”. It is logical without a doubt. You are not going to interview stakeholders, try to merge all the information, improve the waste and perfect a new process or design like we … Read more