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June 16, 2014

Can you be an Agile Project Manager?

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So, is there such a thing as an Agile Project Manager? Is it possible for a Project Manager to behave in a way that would make them worthy of that title? The Agile community doesn’t seem to believe so, and this is mainly driven by the fact that in Scrum only 3 roles are defined […]


October 6, 2010

Startups, technical and organisation debt: why does it always happen?

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Over the years, I have worked with quite a few companies that started 5 to 15 years earlier and had achieved a great level of success in that time frame. However, the anti-pattern is that it takes them that time and that success to realise the amount of debt they have accrued and that it […]


August 15, 2010

Can’t be that hard to see the benefits

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Whilst on holiday in France, I met with somebody who works for a big supermarket chain, he looks after the fresh product department for an outlet in south of France. When he asked me what I do, I explained that I worked in change / project management methodologies, and briefly outlined the way traditional methods […]