How successful project professionals avoid being bitten by risks

risk management

So, you have a plan to deliver your project? Congratulations! As my favourite cigar-smoking soldier-of-fortune, Col. John “Hannibal” Smith used to say “I love it when a plan comes together!” Believe it or not, some of your peers don’t even get this far (and if you haven’t you’d better get on over to our blog on […]

MVP is the MVP

AIM Workshop discussing the Minimum Viable Product

This is about something very dear to my heart; the “Minimum Viable Product”.  I truly believe that this is the single most important thing to establish to set your project up for success. In this article, I’m going to tell you why.  What do I mean by MVP? My definition of the Minimum Viable Product […]

Waterfall is dead!

A picture of a Waterfall to represent the Waterfall methodology

Is Waterfall dead? I think it is! To start, let me ask you when you last flawlessly followed the by-the-book, Waterfall process (Maybe PRINCE2 without the Tailoring)?  Now, I’m not specifically targeting PRINCE2 in this article. I know that one of its core principles is to tailor your project management approach to the environment. However, […]