In this post I will discuss the does size really matter game to find out your project is in trouble. This game can be done from the moment the project initiative document (PID) is discussed… Read More »Troubled Projects (part 2): Does size really matter?
In my experience I have came across projects that were in trouble. I tried to find parallels in those projects to find the early warning signs. In this post I will share 2 of the… Read More »Troubled Projects: early warnings signs
Preparing a Scrum training for Managers in the Public Sector can be an inspiration for a post. Digging through research I found an article with the nice title:””Double Whammy: How ICT Projects are Fooled by… Read More »Scrum for Managers in the Public Sector
This weekend I got an email from X (Chris Verhoef). He noticed I used the research of the Chaos Report and his research in a blog post. Chris and J. Laurenz Eveleens wrote an article… Read More »The Rise and Fall of the Chaos Report Figures
For the fourth year the State of Agile Development survey was conducted. This year’s survey saw 2,570 participants from 88 countries share their experiences. Survey questions range from size of organization to individual practices utilized.… Read More »State of Agile and Agile Survey Results (2009)
IT projects still have an interesting track record. The chaos report (2009) from the Standish Group reports 32 % of IT projects are successful, 44% are challenged and 24 % fail.¬† Small projects (< 500… Read More »Scrum for financials aka getting IT projects in control