Category Archives: Project efficiency

It’s all about change and change is here to stay

Happy New Year and welcome 2017 with all the change that it may bring! 2016 has gone almost too quickly. I have been absorbed in a couple of big organizational agile transformations, and change has certainly happened there. Going from a traditional mindset to … Continue reading

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Scaled agile frameworks and methods? Don’t waste your time and money in an attempt to make the unworkable work

It has been a while since I have had a chance to write on my blog, and have I missed it! You may be a busy person too and want to go directly to my latest article on TechBeacon about why … Continue reading

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Sådan gør Kanban livet som projektleder lettere

If you wish to read this article in English, please go to TechBeacon: http://bit.ly/Knbn4PM IT-projekter er pr. definition komplekse, og det er være IT-projektleder (PL) er en mangefacetteret og svær rolle at udfylde godt. Du leder teams, styrer budgetter, kontrakter, … Continue reading

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3 ting du som leder kan gøre noget ved med det samme og få øjeblikkelig positiv effekt på dine projekter

Forskning har gennem de sidste mange år vist, at en af de faktorer, der har størst betydning for projekters succes er aktiv ledelsesopbakning. De organisationer, der præsterer godt og stabilt på deres projekter har for 81% vedkommende aktive projektsponsorer. Du … Continue reading

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This is why you need to be razor sharp when specifying roles and responsibilities on your project

All project management methods include an activity to specify roles and responsibilities. In Scrum the roles as Scrum Master, Product Owner and the Team as well as their separate areas of responsibility, are clearly defined. In Kanban, flow is controlled … Continue reading

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Derfor skal du være knivskarp, når roller og ansvar skal fordeles på dit projekt

I alle projektmetoder sker en tydelig fordeling af roller og ansvar. I Scrum er rollerne som Scrum Master, Product Owner og Teamet og de tilhørende ansvarsområder klart beskrevet. I Kanban styres flow i arbejdet ved at balancere udbud og efterspørgsel … Continue reading

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Kører din virksomheds IT-projekter også af sporet?

Dette er et enkelt, men sikkert irriterende spørgsmål at få, for sandsynligheden for, at du må svare: Ja, jævnligt, eller Ja, det er mere reglen end undtagelsen, eller Ja, men det gør IT-projekter da altid! er ganske overhængende. I hvert … Continue reading

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Management Behavior that Will Make or Break a Robust Agile Implementation

A couple of months ago the following statement was made at a conference by a business manager: “We want better projects, so the management of our company has decided that everyone will start working agile from January 2015”. I was puzzled. Very puzzled. Did … Continue reading

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Så galt kan det også gå, når man præsenterer nye ideer

I sidste uge var jeg i Amsterdam. Jeg skulle holde indlæg om, fordelene ved at kombinere traditionelle og agile projektmetoder, og hvad der skal til, for at få kombinationen til at virke optimalt. Indlægget var naturligvis velforberedt, og min mission … Continue reading

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The Simple Reasons Why Agile Implementations Often Fail

I returned a few days ago from the annual PMI conference in Belgium, where I was giving a speech about the pitfalls in project communication. One of my main points was that too many different languages are being spoken in … Continue reading

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