The First Question To Ask When Building Teams – Is This Really A Team?

Have you ever wondered why so many organizations fail at building effective and high performing teams despite offering so much support in different ways e.g. by managing people, by managing the environment, and by coaching teams? You’re not alone. This is often something that frustrates teams, coaches, and managers. You’d think that given all the Read More…

Project Deadlines are Elastic by Value

This article is taken from Allan Kelly’s new book: “Continuous Digital: An agile alternative to protest” – also known as “The #NoProjects book” and is reproduced here with permission. “Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” Read More…

OpenUP –The Best of Two Worlds

Software organizations looking to adopt an iterative and incremental process have found themselves left with less than ideal options. While RUP, the IBM Rational Unified Process®, was the first mainstream iterative software process, its complexity and size makes it difficult to adopt. Agile processes like Scrum and XP, on the other hand, are leaner, but Read More…