Monthly Archives: February 2015

Agile game: MoSCoW prioritisation

I recently developed and presented a one-hourĀ ‘master class’ on MoSCoW prioritisation. It’s not a hugely complicated topic, and one I have written about before. This time, though, I was able to talk people through the process of going from project … Continue reading

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Do we really need projects?

In an Agile sense, you probably work in one of two types of companies. While there are certainly hybrids of these two examples, bear with me for a while. The first type are IT-focussed, <em>tech-savvy</em>, often relatively new companies. They … Continue reading

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