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This week’s Software Process and Measurement Cast features our interview with Steve Boronski. Steve and I had a great conversation about Agile and PRINCE2®. The conversation focused on the new PRINCE2® Agile Project Management Best Practice extension to PRINCE2®, and why the world needs another interpretation of Agile project management.
Once you have listened to the SPaMCAST 360, revisit my first interview with Steve on SPaMCAST 184.
Steve is a project and program management professional with many years of practical experience developed in both the public and private sectors. He specializes in IT-enabled business change; assisting many organizations to use a structured approach to their business changes, from portfolio to program and project delivery mechanisms.
Steve now spends most of his time traveling the world, training and consulting, helping people to learn and apply PRINCE2®, PRINCE2 Agile™, MSP® and P3O® all Best Practice Guidance freely available from the UK Cabinet Office for worldwide application.
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For the remainder of September let’s try something a little different. Forget about iTunes reviews and tell a friend or a coworker about the Software Process and Measurement Cast. Let’s use word of mouth will help grow the audience for the podcast. After all the SPaMCAST provides you with value, why keep it yourself?!
Re-Read Saturday News
Remember that the Re-Read Saturday of The Mythical Man-Month is in full swing. This week we tackle the essay titled “Plan to Throw One Away”! Check out the new installment at Software Process and Measurement Blog.
Agile Development Conference East
November 8-13, 2015
I will be speaking on November 12th on the topic of Agile Risk. Let me know if you are going and we will have a SPaMCAST Meetup.
Agile Philly – AgileTour 2015
October 5, 2015
I will be speaking on Agile Risk Management
More conferences next week, including Agile DC!
The next Software Process and Measurement Cast will feature an essay on measurement. When we measure we are sending an explicit message about what is important to the organization, and therefore sending an explicit signal on how we expect people to act. Remember the old adage, “you get what you measure.”
We will also include a visit to the QA Corner and perhaps a new installment from Steve Tendon’s book on the TameFlow method.
Shameless Ad for my book!
Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques co-authored by Murali Chematuri and myself and published by J. Ross Publishing. We have received unsolicited reviews like the following: “This book will prove that software projects should not be a tedious process, neither for you or your team.” Support SPaMCAST by buying the book here. Available in English and Chinese.