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CHOW #92- If you are ready for Acceptance ahead of schedule…

CHOW #92- If you are ready for Acceptance ahead of schedule…

Background Company PH is a service provider to customer MG. PH is currently managing 50% of MG’s IT and three other vendors are managing the remaining. There are 100’s of projects every year that’s bid by these vendors to deliver. A little bit about...
Handling Risk in the Digital Era

Handling Risk in the Digital Era

All of us work on projects of different types, size and shape. So, when someone says there’s a risk that we cannot complete this story in the current sprint – we look for alternatives. Can we break that story into two smaller slices? We then include the...
CHOW #91- Vital Signs of a Program

CHOW #91- Vital Signs of a Program

Reading the scenario painted in the blog: Program Health Vital Signs, can you distil out a few vital signs of programs? Suggested Solution: Extract 1. Arjuna thought, “For one, I coordinated the work of the different projects under the program.”...
Program Health Vital Signs

Program Health Vital Signs

The key to the health of a project is the implementation of good practices. A ‘healthily’ developed product is a product where good practices are implemented at all stages during development. A product that is developed through a project that is healthy at...
CHOW #90- Critical conversation

CHOW #90- Critical conversation

Nipun Sehgal was the designated QnC (IT Service Provider) Program Manager for the engagement with Spot-On Power Solutions (SOPS) to develop their next generation Analytics solution. A key assumption in the QnC proposal was the re-use of artefacts from the earlier...