We’re ignoring our stakeholders and they couldn’t be happier!

The following is a set of techniques that at WMG, Warwick University I have led and implemented on various digital projects to great success. Stakeholders are happy with it, and they’re not inadvertently altering the success chance of the projects. You’ll recognise this. Every project you run, has a plethora of stakeholders involved. In some large […]

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Agile Release Management Training.

Just a note of my training this afternoon. We looked at Epics and Adventures and how they sit in the overall weekly Scrum planning, Backlog Grooming and Release planning. We looked at Roles and Responsibilities within a FULL company setup, past and further than just the Scrum team. I was told about a new role in […]

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Killing off your emails, aiming at project transparency

Just wanted to share, recently I read this article… https://netguru.co/blog/cc-all-the-emails-tips-from-a It talks a lot about transparency which I totally agree with. A more transparent team is a more efficient and better team. Proper transparency means the team’s (including the client) expectations are managed and less confused. However I totally disagree with emails as the best tool for transparency. […]

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