You made your project plan (episode 1). Then you verified that it was at the right level of detail (episode 2)… knowing that there is an uncertainty that you will discover. How will/should you incorporate these elements into the project
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
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
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.