Agile CM & ALM
Agile ALM for Delivering Customer Value: Getting Started
In this first part of a two-part series, Mario Moreira writes that a reasonable application lifecycle management (ALM) product will have a common user interface for utilizing the ALM functionality. It will also include a meta-model and process engine to parse and share information across and amongst the various functions within the ALM framework. These technical needs must be accompanied by a strong business case for delivering higher customer value and new approaches for seamless integration.
Management Myth 13: I Must Never Admit My Mistakes
Managers are people, too. They have bad-manager days. And, even on good-manager days, they can show doubt, weakness, and uncertainty. They can be vulnerable. Managers are not omnipotent. That’s why it’s critical for a manager to admit a mistake immediately.
Did You Know That Your Product Portfolio Is in Trouble?
Based on his own work experiences, Anupam Kundu has found some patterns (or anti-patterns) that explain why product managers and product teams have a hard time managing their portfolios.
Agile Development and Software Metrics
The Agile Manifesto teaches us that individuals and interactions are more important than processes and tools. In order to ensure that the individuals receive the productivity and quality they require, even in a mature agile environment, proper measurement and analysis are essential. Dan Horvath explores useful metrics that utilize function point analysis (FPA) and can be applied to agile projects.
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