I recently had a brief twitter discussion with Mario Lucero that lead to a lengthy discussion over Skype who lives in Chile (the world is not so large). His recent experience suggested to him that a company that employed conventional project management to not be a good candidate for agile. My experience ran contrary to […]
Archive for July, 2015
Project Management Tools and Risk Management There still remains meat on the bones of this study from Software Advice. On LinkedIn, Joe Hessmiller had an observation that Client relationship and Risk management was far down on the list of concerns. Under the heading More Buyers Request Advanced Functionality Than Basic client management and risk management was […]
Project Management Tools and Transparency We continue with our review of the latest report from Software Advice. Specifically, we will focus on one of the top three reasons or drivers for buyers are looking to move from manual tools to a less labor intensive project management tool. The specific language is below: The top reasons […]
In our last blog post on project management tools, we reviewed one of the findings from a study conducted by Software Advice, in their latest report. That report stated that 60% of the prospective buyers are using manual methods. We should not just disparage those companies that choose to go the manual route. Finding a […]
Why do we use tools? We use tools to make our lives better. It would not be very fun to hammer a nail into wood with our hand. Imagine the situation if we continued communicate via pony express. Sometimes, when we are not aware a tool exists, we may try to fabricate something. We make […]
Software Process and Measurement Cast podcast, Tom Cagley and Jon M. Quigley Configuration Management: Theory, Practice, and Application Configuration Management is a common thread that ties the various departments and organizations together, facilitating coordination of effort.
Joe Dager’s Business901 podcast with Jon M. Quigley Evolution of the Product Through Configuration Management Product Management and Project Management Intersect at Configuration Management