Introduction Key benefits of Integrated Agile Project delivery from a 1.6 billion Oil and Gas project; Project completion ahead of 36 months schedule 90% on time delivery of deliverables 80% deliverables completed within budget 100% quality assurance across all team’s output 80% reduction in errors and rework Key enablers Integrated planning Multiple levels of planning … Continue reading Key benefits of Integrated Agile Project delivery from a 1.6 billion Oil and Gas project
Here is a multi dimensional risk analysis for the PMP credential from the industry, trainer, PMP aspirant perspectives with an intent to communicate an independent and unbiased view. Industry related risks The risk – There is a wide spread rumor about PMP credential as a product, which has reached the end-of-life stage in the product … Continue reading Multi dimensional risk analysis for PMP
Hats off to social entrepreneurs Gopi and Lakshmi for implementing the brilliant idea of creating chekutty dolls from the handloom sarees and clothes destroyed by the Kerala floods 2018. They could raise considerable amount of money to help the weavers who lost their looms and stock. True story of grit and big hearts. Gopi is … Continue reading Chekutty from Kerala
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Right now I am in the middle of a consulting assignment of transitioning a large team from ‘scrum buts’ to right scrum. When I say right scrum, I refer to the scrum guide by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland which can be downloaded from Scrum.org This team from a very large multi national product company … Continue reading Application of theory U, in agile coaching
I am inspired by the book ‘pivot‘ by Jenny Blake with the sub title ‘the only move that matters is your next move’. Pivot is all about leveraging the current strengths and planning for the next phase of career. I am grateful to all those who inspired me throughout my career which helped me to … Continue reading Loosing the job at 50. A crisis or opportunity to pivot?