The main objective in writing this pocketbook was to provide a useful guide to help practitioners come to terms with the complex issue of how to integrate UX Design within Agile projects.
In the previous part of this article I finished by talking about resistance to change, this brings up another topic as we begin to understand more about how people respond to change.
Debate is currently raging over the Government’s implementation of Universal Credits.
I find the concept “Mega Project” confusing. What is it supposed to mean?
Change can be difficult it’s true and at the heart of any change are the people.
On one hand, project and regulatory governance (project control) has become increasingly important in recent years.
Steve Messenger, Chairman of DSDM Consortium, reflects on the importance of gearing Agile up to interact with other methodologies.
One of the first DSDM / Agile projects I worked on was what we would today term a distributed project.
Agile Behaviour and Culture: Dealing with managers losing power
Earlier this year I was delighted when Ed Holt agreed to be interviewed about how DSDM and the DSDM Consortium came into being twenty years ago.
For some, implementing Agile might be likened to getting a new sports car. It looks sleek, shiny and can go very fast speeding past us on the motorways.
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