Month: September 2010

Goal driven projects

With great timing (coinciding with my presentation to the BA conference and Jax London) the RQNG (Requirements Network Group) newsletter has published a little piece by me entitled: Time for Goal Driven Projects.

Jax and BA conference presentations

Two new presentations from the two conferences I’ve been to this week. From Jax London, Return to Requirements, this includes my “Agile 10 Step” requirements model. This is something I’m increasingly using and I’ll be writing (and presenting) more about in the near future. And from the IIBA Business Analysis conference: Objective Agility – what …

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Moving pictures (of me!)

The next few weeks contains more conference for me than is healthy. While most of these are in London (Jax and IIBA BA conferences next week and Agile Business Conference the week after), or just up the road (Agile Cambridge), the interesting one is Agile Eastern Europe in Kiev the week after next. Alexey and …

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Agile is like…

In the software development world there are, broadly speaking, two groups of people: those who create the software (coders, testers, etc.) and those who manage the process (project managers, development managers, etc.). When discussing “Agile” I find that both sides think the problem is with the other. To put it another way, if I’m talking …

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