Monthly Archives: December 2014

Even The Best Plans Fail

Plans fail, and they tend to fail quite often.  In all walks of life, even the simplest plans tend not to unfold as originally designed. Organizations spend a lot of money and time creating groups solely focused on ensuring that … Continue reading

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Are Projects Your Only Option?

It’s often suggested to me  (via Twitter, LinkedIn, work – thanks Karen),  that I’m anti-project managers in Agile (or Lean).  This is incorrect (although I am opposed to the way many project managers (and managers in general) actually work but … Continue reading

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Agile Is Not The Goal

Or is it? Ok, it isn’t but I’m tired of reading posts or comments via various outlets that try to remind us that business agility  (or whatever) is THE goal and Agile is not.  While there is truth in that, … Continue reading

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