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PMI Agile

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November 2, 2012

Agile experts say the stupidest things

It drives me crazy. I heard an agile consultant this week say, “We’re trying to force the client to track…
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September 21, 2012

How to Succeed With Fixed Price Agile Projects

Agile experts tell us fixed price projects are immoral and declare that agility can only be delivered on a slippery…
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July 27, 2012

Want successful projects? Do less work

The most dramatic cause of project overruns is that we are doing more work than is absolutely necessary to achieve…
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July 16, 2012

Big Agile: It’s not just for small projects anymore

One of the stereotypes for agile approaches is that they only work for small projects. Ten or 15 years ago…
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October 23, 2011

Yes, I Am Writing a PMI-ACP Exam Book

I'm excited to announce that I'm writing a book to help agile practitioners earn the new PMI-ACP agile certification. 4…
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June 15, 2011

Latest News About the PMI Agile (PMI-ACP) Certification

Since PMI announced its Agile certification program a couple months back, there has been a ton of activity. Here are…
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December 27, 2010

Just Enough, Just In Time, and Sometimes Just Because

"How much up-front planning should we do? How many people should we hire? How many meetings, documents and procedures do…
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October 10, 2010

A Full Week of Leadership Activities at PMI

I just finished a week of activities at the PMI Leadership Institute Meeting, here in Washington DC. It was an…
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