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Commitment versus Involvement

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 7

Obviously, stating a commitment is separate and different from making a commitment. Commitment is a word that we hear a lot, but it can mean many different things depending on the context. What I would ask is that as you read the rest of this post, do your best to set aside what you already know, believe, or have experienced related to the concept of commitment.

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Define Clear Responsibilities

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 3

a quick look at the importance of defining clear responsibilities. But before you deem this as something that is something you already know, make sure to read carefully to pick up on a few critical subtleties to make sure you get the …

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Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 2

Have you ever worked on a project and thought, “…If we would have discovered that earlier, we could have easily done something about it.” If so, here’s a tip that…

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Tips for Delivering Project on Schedule

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 1

We may not be able to solve all the technology world’s project delivery issues here in this blog post, but if you are involved in a challenging project, I want to share some valuable tips from my experience, that will greatly increase the chances of your project coming in on schedule.

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How to Get the Real Value from Agile Methodologies – Part 3

In part 2, we looked at how Agile documentation differs from traditional documentation. More importantly, we discussed the purpose of documentation as it relates to customer satisfaction. In part 3 our focus is on how to get the real value from Agile scope management. As a starting point, let’s examine…

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Running a Project WITHOUT Issue Tracking Software

The Two Most Important Roles of IT Issue Tracking Software

I have been fortunately cursed with many years of experience in internal software development and consulting for clients on a variety of technology projects, software testing, and quality assurance efforts. Over time, I started connecting the dots and seeing things that were not so obvious in the beginning. In retrospect, I discovered two major roles of IT issue tracking software, regardless of how it is being used (tracking defects and non-conformance items, capturing customer requests and feedback, bug tracking, or issue management.)

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