Agile Case Study (4/5): Release Planning
Fourth post on the chapter 23 of the book Agile Estimating and Planning, by Mike Cohn. In the previous post the Havannah team met with on this agenda: First sprint planning. Market research outcomes review. Initial estimate for the release plan and the project schedule. First point…
Agile Case Study (3/5): Planning the First Sprint
Third post on the chapter 23 of the book Agile Estimating and Planning, by Mike Cohn. In the previous post the Havannah team had written 32 user stories, totaling 146 story points. In this post, team members are working on another project, while analyst Delanie start a…
Agile Case Study (2/5): User Stories
Let’s continue reading chapter 23 of the book Agile Estimating and Planning, by Mike Cohn. In this second post you will realize about the convenience of writing down physical cards and how to conduct a brainstorming session to make team members infer requirements, a.k.a. user stories. A piece…
Agile Case Study (1/5): Project kick-off
The following case study is originally published as the chapter 23 of the Mike Cohn’s book entitled Agile Estimating and Planning. In this chapter, the author, in order to summarize and put into practice many key points explained in the book, develops a case on…
A Project Management Toolbox for the Project Economy
Organizations in the project economy can start using good freemium tools today, no investment required upfront. If free features are enough, they can continue free forever, focusing on value rather than technology. Nowadays, a free project management toolbox can meet the needs of most projects.
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Citizen Development in The Project Economy
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