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Category: 'agile' Blog Posts

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Bimodal in an Agile-Everywhere World

by David Norton  |  September 30, 2016

It is a fact of life that we all live and work with degrees of certainty and complexity. There are problems and situations we know, understand and can solve with...

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Enabling Business Agile: Building Collective Intelligence

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  September 30, 2016

One of the key components of business agile has always been building a culture of collective intelligence.  Essentially it means that in order to move quickly and be able to...

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Putting Project Management in its Place: the Business Agile Perspective

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  September 21, 2016

For the last 20 years certain professional societies have stressed the importance of every organization understanding the value of project management.  Apparently the theory was that organizations needed to already...

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Managing a Business Agile Project: Discussing what works and what doesn’t

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  September 13, 2016

I’ve recently been speaking with clients about how to handle projects in an agile environment and it occurred to me that we needed to start a much more public discussion...

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Redefining Agility in the Digital Age

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  July 6, 2016

Something changed at the start of 2016.  Concepts and trends that Gartner has been discussing for years suddenly became the aspirational norm.  On the PPM front that has resulted in...

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The Evolution of ADLM

by Tom Murphy  |  October 19, 2015

Software development has been changing dramatically over the last 5 years driven by a number of shifts including SMAC (social, mobile, analytic, cloud) technologies, the growth in first Agile practices...

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A Minimally Viable Process for Project Documentation

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  September 16, 2015

The amount of process and project documentation are usually problem areas that IT PMOs struggle with in their efforts to become more agile or to support ITs move to bimodal. ...

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Show Me the Requirements, I Will Show You the Solution

by Danny Brian  |  October 13, 2014

At Gartner Symposium in Orlando last week, I had just gotten off stage from my presentation "Rekindle the Fire in IT", rushing to my next meeting. En route, I overheard...

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Why You Absolutely Need a “Negative Nate” on Your Project Team

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  June 17, 2014

I found this quote from Ron Friedman of 99u interesting… “A study in Psychological Science found that when we work with others to reach a decision, we become overly confident in the...

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AADi Summit 2013

by Tom Murphy  |  November 30, 2013

As much as I dislike Las Vegas, I am excited for the Gartner's annual Dev conference and look forward to meeting with our clients. I am going to be trying...

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