So far I have talked a little about why we have decided to use agile at Dootrix and what the big picture looks like. Now I want to take some time to talk about the specifics of how it works day-to-day. Our use of agile is anchored around the principle of delivering working software every […]
At Dootrix we run our software teams using the agile framework. In all of my previous roles as a developer, consultant or project manager a variant of Prince 2 has been the project delivery mechanism or choice. So, now that I run my own shop, why have we opted to use agile instead?
When starting a new mobile app development project isolating the features that really matter is very important. You do not need to develop an entire wish list of features in one go. This can actually be very damaging to your project in the long run. Read more about how Dootrix use development ‘sprints’ when starting work with a new […]
Paul Boag, one of the founders and directors of Headscape, once said; “We specialise in sh*t projects.” If, like me, you run projects for a normal, every day web agency. If you do not always get the opportunity to be working with the latest cool technology or utilize the next whizz bang idea. If you […]
A big, if not the biggest, part of my job as a web project manager is dealing with clients. This isÂ actuallyÂ the part of the job I enjoy the most and see the client as, very much, a part of the project team. I have found that an honest and transparentÂ approachÂ is best when dealing withÂ query’sÂ and problems […]
Risk, in the land of project management, is anything that could potentially get in the way of your project going according to plan and being delivered on time. There are two types of risk; those that you can do something about, and, yes you guessed it, those that you can’t. Let me give you some […]