Let’s say that prevent and solve a global pandemic is a project. We admit that, as in any project/task, there are good, bad, uncertainties, etc. Below you will find some reflections on the deliverables and the value of a buffer.
We had the opportunity to work with an IT company that used “Agile” approaches during our projects. This is not an article about the limits of Agile, but it is to show how Agile treats the FLOW of its system.
In a previous article, we mentioned how the Brexit could reflect some project management mechanics, such as the student syndrome. As of the day I am writing this article (October 29th, 2019) I had the opportunity to watch parliamentary debates
In our FLOW Project Management approach, we talk about critical chain which is the longest task sequence inside a project without conflict of resources. It means that the critical chain represents the sum of tasks that create the project lead
With the upcoming of summer holidays, we can share with you some feedbacks about these major French step of the year : Some of you may choose to Brexit their departure (or leave at last moment). Usually, you have missing
In the league of the things NOT to do in project management, we have regularly mentioned that starting a project without a plan is particularly dangerous. The British situation about Brexit is giving us another phenomenon about project management mistakes.
During its growth, AGILEA was able to participate to the TOCICO conference in July 2017. TOCICO is a certification organism that offers annually a magazine with case studies and new practices; linked to the Theory Of Constraints. AGILEA had the
Recently, one of our Fapics partner’s study has caught all our attention. This study establishes a dark picture of the situation in project management: increase in the number of projects to realise, rise in the complexity with resources being more and