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Why do some developers at strong companies like Google consider Agile development to be nonsense?
This style of short-term planning, direct customer contact, and continuous iteration is well suited to software with a simple core and lots of customer visible features that are incrementally useful. It is not so well suited to software which has a very simple interface and tons of hidden internal complexity, software which isn’t useful until it’s fairly complete, or leapfrog solutions the customer can’t imagine.
agile  projectmanagement  process 
8 days ago by mpm
This book is a guide to how we do product development at Basecamp. It’s also a toolbox full of techniques that you can apply in your own way to your own process.
projectmanagement  process 
5 weeks ago by mpm
How to Calculate Cost of Delay So You Know Where You’re Losing Money
Deciding which project should be given top priority is a dilemma that business owners and managers face regularly
projectmanagement  management 
june 2018 by mpm
GitHub Clone with Redmine
I decided to jump in head first and try to build a reliable GitHub:FI alternative using an Ubuntu VPS, Git, Gitosis, Gmail (or Google Apps for Domains), and Bitnami‘s Redmine Stack.
git  projectmanagement 
august 2010 by mpm
The Wetware Crisis: the Thermocline of Truth : Bruce F. Webster
In many large or even medium-sized IT projects, there exists a thermocline of truth, a line drawn across the organizational chart that represents a barrier to accurate information regarding the project’s progress
projectmanagement  business 
june 2008 by mpm
OpenProj is a free, open source desktop alternative to Microsoft Project
june 2008 by mpm
The KJ-Technique
A Group Process for Establishing Priorities
business  projectmanagement 
march 2008 by mpm
Are you a leader or a tracker?
we’ve confused project tracking with project leading.
business  projectmanagement 
november 2007 by mpm
Software Project Disaster Types: #6 The Big Bang
The Big Bang is the mother of all software development disasters; in an attempt to fix or change everything, everywhere, all at once, an organization tries to revolutionize but almost always ends up as the Titanic did
july 2007 by mpm
A New Agile IT Project Management Application - ThoughtWorks Studios
agile  projectmanagement 
march 2007 by mpm

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