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The broken link between Managers and Teams

Companies want to make fantastic products. Their leadership teams and managers want to impress their customers with great experiences, products and customer support. They invest loads of money in to …

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Achievement Awards – BBC Business Analysis

The BBC Academy has a deserved reputation for the quality and range of its training and development programmes, which benefit the BBC and the wider broadcast industry.
It has, therefore, …

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We ate the dog food and we liked it

There was clear need for a change to our web presence.  The business has developed nicely, along with a strong reputation for making a lasting difference in organisations, not being …

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Test Driven Meetings


People turn up late because another meeting overran
We all sit and wait for all the attendees to arrive
The meeting kind of starts, usually with who ever …

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Agile Banking? Whatever next …

The increase in price to call these guys is, in the grand scheme of things, not that big. The number has gone from and 0845 number (2p/min) to an 0844 number (“no …

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Agile Governance

Interestingly, and as some observers have already pointed out, the report makes significant reference to private sector agile adopters. As far as I can see, there is no reference to …

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Is BA just a team assistant?

Recently, I had the opportunity to sit with a group of BAs and ask them what is was that they did – specifically I asked them “As a BA …

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What’s sacrificed by Government in name of agility?

For existing organisations with a strong brand and reputation to protect, there is more at stake than the initial investment required to get the first product to market. Getting it …

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Can Government IT be truly Agile?

The government has committed itself to using agile methodology for software development in 50 percent of IT projects by 2013, in its recently published cross-government IT strategy[1]. The possible …

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