Monthly Archives: February 2009

Risks and Opportunities

As we discussed in a previous post, risks are one of the staples of project management these days.  It is seen as an indispensable part of running projects, programs, and organizations in general.  It is part of PMBOK, PRINCE2 and … Continue reading

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Software Project Risk Management: how far we have come

Risk Management is seen today as an essential part of project and program management within software projects. Of course it wasn’t always like this – just 12 years ago we conducted a survey of IT organizations and how well (and … Continue reading

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The underlying problem of Agile vs CMMI

Over the past several decades, various techniques have been proposed, developed and applied to improve the development and deployment of information systems.  Many of these techniques have focused on process improvement, including TQM, IS development methods, Agile (XP, SCRUM, etc) … Continue reading

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