requirements are sure to change. Everyone's pounding on you for even
more features. So, you realize that a conventional waterfall
lifecycle is unlikely to solve your problems. You'd like to try an
Agile lifecycle, but your organization is suspicious of Agile
techniques, or doesn't know how to cope without the false assurance
of a detailed Gantt chart. What can you do?
can apply Agile principles to your projects--providing business value
to your stakeholders and customers.
on the kinds of risks you typically encounter--for integrating
selected agile practices into different types of projects.
- Learn about frameworks based on project risk
- Develop a framework project managers can use to select agile practices that fit their projects
- Illuminate key Agile practices.
- Practice these Agile practices
A little about Johanna
Johanna Rothman is a well-known consultant, speaker, and author on managing high-technology product development. During her decade-long consulting career, she has enabled managers, teams, and organizations become more effective applying her pragmatic approaches to the issues of project management, risk management, and people management. She’s helped Engineering organizations, IT organizations, and startups hire, manage, and release successful products faster. Her assessment reports have helped managers and teams create and execute action plans that help them improve their projects and their processes. She is a sought-after speaker and teacher in the areas of project management, people management, and problem-solving.
Johanna has written over 100 articles and papers and is now a columnist for Fast Company’s online career center, Software Development, Computerworld.com, and StickyMinds.com. Johanna is the author of the highly acclaimed Hiring the Best Knowledge Workers, Techies & Nerds, and is the coauthor of Corrective Action for the Software Industry. Johanna is also a host and session leader at the Amplifying Your Effectiveness (AYE) conference.