Agile and Adaptive Project Management - The Declaration of Interdependence
Whereas the Agile Software Development Manifesto is a short and sweet list of principles for developers, the Declaration of Interdependence for Agile Project Management is more of a mouthful. The Declaration of Interdependence was written to provide concrete guidance for software projects and projects in general with applicability to general management. In constructing it, a dozen senior consultants, designers, and managers-project, product, and line-validated that it covered their individual core operating frameworks. In this talk, noted software designer, manager, and methodologist Alistair Cockburn, a co-author of both documents, unravels the six rules of operation in the Declaration of Interdependence. In the Declaration, project managers agree to increase ROI, deliver reliable results, expect uncertainty, unleash creativity and innovation, boost performance, and improve effectiveness. Join Alistair and your peers to learn how to achieve these important goals in your organization.
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