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Premortem on Projects: How to Do It & Why

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Project Management Resources • September 5, 2019, 2:30 pm
You might have heard of a postmortem. It’s a meeting after the project has concluded, during which successes and failures are discussed with the project team. It’s a great way to learn from your…
Herding Cats • September 6, 2019, 4:06 am
I’ve come across several ideas recently that need addressing. One is from Ron Jeffries blog 

If you are not producing working, running, tested usable software in every single Sprint or iteration,…

A Girl’s Guide to Project Management • September 5, 2019, 6:23 pm
I’m delighted that I have four copies of Colin D. Ellis’ book, The Project Book, to giveaway.

Here is some information about the book:

Project leaders and senior managers in all business…

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