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Cost of Delay Due to Multitasking, Part 2

In Cost of Delay: Not Shipping on Time, Part 1, I introduced you to the notion of cost of delay. I said you could reduce the cost of delay by managing your projects: have shorter projects, ...
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How to start a big data analytics project

When starting a Big Data analytics project, time is a very important issue. It may take from a few weeks to many years, and it depends on many factors, such as understanding the requirements, ...
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Code Katas

In this post I want to talk about code katas. Most of you have heard of code katas before, many of you  probably have done some katas. A while ago code katas were getting a fair bit ...
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Data Analysis Tips for Product Managers and Product Owners

Summary Data analysis might sound a bit nerdy, but it should be part of every product manager’s and product owner’s tool box. The idea is simple: Investigate the data gathered, ...
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Fail SAFe

Last week I went to a presentation about Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe. I’ve read a bit about it before, but this was a more broad introduction to the topic. It’s going to ...
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If Managers Don’t Give Performance Reviews, What Happens?

There’s a great comment to my recent Management Myth: Performance Reviews Are Useful. The writer has these questions, which I have paraphrased: 1. How do bonuses work? Here’s the ...
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No Business Case == Project Failure

A business case comes between a bright idea for a software project and the creation of the software project.To – idea to have a project is born Tcheck – formal or informal ...
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Performance Reviews Are Not Useful; Feedback Is

I have received some wonderful feedback from some of my managers. Back when I was a young engineer, one of my managers gave me the feedback at an annual review that I didn’t quite ...
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Can you Learn and Improve without Agile Retrospectives? Of course you can…

Retrospectives – bringing the team together on a regular basis to examine how they are working and identify where and how they can improve – are an important part of Agile development. Scrum ...
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Biggest hindrances to being agile

I often wonder how projects fail to be agile enough even though the team consists of talented team members.  So today I am planning to summarize few points that are the biggest hindrances ...
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