Category: Agile and Scrum

Dr. Harold Kerzner Q&A: How Changes in Project Management Are Supporting Agile and Scrum

Post Views: 85 This past November as part of IIL’s IPM Day online conference, Dr. Harold Kerzner delivered a keynote on “How Changes in Project Management Are…


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Reflection and Takeaways on Agility from the SMC-IT 2018 Space Mission Design conference

Post Views: 11 By Tom Friend – Agile Consultant / LtCol USAF (Ret) CSP, ACP, AHF, FLEX, CSM, PSM, ATP The 6th International Conference on Space Mission…


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How to achieve the Agile Transformation — Part 2

Post Views: 25 As mentioned in the previous article, Agile involves moving to a new way of working on projects; therefore, it brings its own set of issues that must be dealt…


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Why Project Managers Need to be Agile

Post Views: 32 As an agile and project management instructor and practitioner, I am asked quite often, “Should I worry about this agile thing?” or “Why do I need to be agile?”…


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How to achieve the Agile Transformation — Part 1

Post Views: 12 By: Jim Stewart PMP, CSM What pushes organizations to embrace Agile and what projects waterfall won’t serve. Organizations that run projects are increasingly…


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Why Your Agile Implementation Failed

Post Views: 6 Join IIL’s virtual conference on Thursday, May 4th for more insights on Agile, Scrum, and Kanban. By Roy Schilling At one point in my career, I was a manager in…


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Tech Startups and Agile – A Perfect Fit

Post Views: 4 by Jim Stewart To begin, let’s differentiate large traditional organizations from tech startups by identifying some of their typical attributes. Large established…


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The Benefits of Agile and Scrum

Post Views: 15 By John Carrington, AgilePM® Practitioner and Trainer, CSM, PRINCE2®, LSSBB  Today, many organisations are experiencing the benefits of an Agile approach. But…


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Agile Retrospectives: A Tool for Team Learning

Post Views: 8 By Luis Gonçalves    |   Co-founder of Evolution4All, Founder of ScrumMaster Growth An Agile retrospective is an effective tool used at the end of every iteration…


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Pilots Need Flight Planning, Scrum Teams Need Sprint Planning

Post Views: 46 By Tom Friend, FLEX Coach, CSP, ACP, AHF, PSM, CSM | Business Agility Consultant, IIL Catch Tom’s presentation, “Collective Intelligence: Leveraging the…


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