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The Agile Project Manager

A group to share ideas and experiences in the world of Agile Project Management

Members: 133
Latest Activity: May 9

Agile Centre of Excellence

4th February 2011


Hi there Agilists,

I am pleased to announce the UXC Consulting Agile Centre of Excellence.I have been developing this resource over a few months to assist in sharing of knowledge and experiences in the world of Agile project management and software development. Areas covered in the wiki include:

  • Agile Principles and Techniques
  • Groups and organisations
  • Guides
  • White papers, blogs and articles
  • Primers presentations & materials
  • Reading lists and reviews
  • Methodologies and Toolsets
  • Links to training, mentoring and coaching resources  
  • News archive

Please join and have a look around. The main area that you will have access to is the wiki. I hope that this resource assists you in your understanding of the world of Agile!


kind regards

Roger Fance

Project Manager Forum

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When implementing Agile/Scrum, 1 Reply

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Who were you greatest influences for using Agile/Scrum?? 1 Reply

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From Waterfall to Agile Software Development: Steps for a Smooth Transition 1 Reply

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An Agile Project Management Framework 1 Reply

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An Agile Project Manager's Toolbox

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Comment by Andy Reid on March 7, 2012 at 12:24pm

I attended a webinar today on Agile Portfolio Management. The presenter seemed to be advocating a prioritization process driven by opinion and discussion rather than fact (costs, ROI, resource availability). I'm curious to see what techniques group members have seen working effectively to arrive at priorities across competing projects.

Comment by Roger Fance on August 26, 2010 at 3:02am
Quote of the Day

"Planning is everything. Plans are nothing"

-Field Marshal Helmuth Graf von Moltke
Comment by Paul Hathaway on May 5, 2009 at 1:37am
While a firm supporter of agile methods and tools, it is the agile principles, centred around outcomes and continued communication, that have always been important.

As many others have said elsewhere, the "silver bullet", while an extremely attractive notion, does not exist. Agile tools and methods are only as good as the disciplined, communicative people that use them and that want to continue finding a better way.

Having said that, it is still very useful to use a cool tool to persuade and convince people of the benefits of a principled approach.
Comment by Robert Feuerstein on December 29, 2008 at 2:08pm
With all the "tools" available, is there a conscensus about "AGILE" being the most effective? I know that it functions but is the industry becoming too dependent on finding "ONE" way fo doing things?

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