Thursday, June 28, 2007
Posted by Peter at 1:41 PM
Friday, June 15, 2007
Posted by Peter at 1:56 PM
Thursday, June 14, 2007
"Accuracy of estimation is directly related to the parameters you consider in estimations "
Posted by Peter at 10:20 AM
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
It could become a little tricky when dealing with new age talent !!
"Nearly every businessperson over 30 has done it: sat in his office after a staff meeting and - reflecting upon the 25-year-old colleague with two tattoos, a piercing, no watch and a shameless propensity for chatting up the boss - wondered, What is with that guy?!"
This is a must read article for all Project Manager's who factor in talent capital across multiple countries, cultures !!
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Posted by Peter at 6:42 PM
"eScrum is a Web-based, end-to-end project management tool for Scrum built on the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server platform. It provides multiple ways to interact with your Scrum project: eScrum Web-based UI, Team Explorer, and Excel or Project, via Team Foundation Office Integration. In addition, it provides a single place for all Scrum artifacts such as product backlog, sprint backlog, task management, retrospective, and reports with built-in context sensitive help"
Download available here and Steve has more info
Posted by Peter at 6:36 PM
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
In his recent IEEE Software column, "Ship Effortlessly" J.B. Rainsberger has a gem:
I start each project with two rules: all source files must be in a version control repository, and the build must be fully automated at all times.
Does your project follow these rules? If not, what would you have to do?
Posted by Peter at 11:55 AM
The leader who understands clear and elevating goals will invest in creating a culture of responsible leadership that acknowledges intrinsic motivations and supports personal freedom and choice. Then, he or she will make room in projects for team start-up processes that truly engender ownership within the team for the project.
Posted by Peter at 6:56 AM