Wait? What? Did I read that right? One hundred and one techniques? Sounds like a lot. Are you sure? Scrum, as we know, is a framework for iterative and incremental feedback-driven product development. A framework provides only the bare bones within which we can follow a number of different practices to achieve the same ends. … Continue reading 101 techniques for product discovery and delivery in Scrum
Following the 2015 success of 'Agile Project Management in easy steps', I was asked to write a book on Scrum. Two years later it has now been published and will be available through most booksellers and websites, as well as electronically. However it was not a certainty that I would do this. Firstly, when I … Continue reading Scrum in easy steps
In October 2014 I shared how I would start work on the second edition of Agile Project Management in easy steps. The last few months have been hectic, with my MBA studies, and starting a new job; but finally, last week, we got the final edits completed and the manuscript files have been handed over to the publishers. … Continue reading Agile Project Management in easy steps
From October 2014, I have finally made the move from article writer and book contributor to becoming a fully-fledged author, working with John Carroll on the next edition of Agile Project Management in easy steps. John is a project management consultant of many years experience, author of several books, the blogger behind The Tao of Project Management, … Continue reading Starting a new chapter, from contributor to author
The 'Business Analysis for Dummies' book is out, and our very own David Morris guest-wrote in the chapter '10 Experts Chime In'.