Last article in our series on the use of visual management according to our FLOW Project Management methodology. If you first want to (re) read the previous articles, click the following links: Analytical gain of the Fever Chart: Introduction Distribute
In this series of articles intended for visual management according to our FLOW Project Management approach, we will see how the use of fever charts can help you detect and implement continuous improvement actions. If you want to (re) read
Today, we will see how we can use the fever chart to remake the project’s history. Let’s continue our serie of article devoted to visual management, associated with our FLOW Project Management approach, and focus on the project’s history. If
In this serie of articles devoted to visual management in project management, today we will discuss how to use the fever chart to manage a project portfolio. Talking about visual management … Let’s take the graph below and see what
If we have often had the opportunity to recall here the strong dynamics of innovation that reigns at AGILEA (cf. AGIRE joint research lab), we have rarely spoken of those who do. Those who think beyond the current practices and
Usually, when we do the FLOW Project Management training, most of the people trained fall under the spell of the performance indicator called the Fever Chart (see the graph below). Its colorful side greatly helps in decision-making and becomes addictive
Create a connected disposable packaging Propose 3D impression for medical Prosthesis Define Virtual/alternative currencies (such as Bitcoin) Green computing There are kinds of projects defined as innovation for the next years. Some projects are incredibly ambitious and impressive in terms
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.