- Published: Saturday, 06 April 2019 11:02
Benefits in bite-sized bits...
Agile delivers time-bound pieces of functionality. It has the flexibility to adapt to circumstances and lessons learned from previous time boxes.
Benefits Management can work well in an Agile setting but it may have to run to keep up
- Published: Saturday, 06 April 2019 11:05
A strategic wrap around tactical Sprints
Sprints begin with Product Owners describing their requirements and prioritising what gets done next. MoSCoW (must, should, could, won’t do) selection of what they want and the order they want it in sets the Product Backlog for the developers to concentrate on in the next round of work.
- Published: Sunday, 13 January 2019 14:03
Management workshops and discussion boards often ask what gets in the way of successful change. Typical replies say that Barriers to Change are:
• Senior sponsorship
• Individuals’ resistance to change
What’s missing here? How about, “It was a dumb idea to start with”?
- Published: Saturday, 06 April 2019 11:07
Picking 'Good' Benefits
Rather than concentrate on the methodology, this page describes the output of Benefits Management. The processes, tools and forms are there to help you produce good benefits. They are not ends in themselves. Instead of getting bogged down in the paperwork we must understand what we actually want to achieve.
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