A slightly unconventional list of books that product owners and business analysts will find useful.
I am preparing a presentation called Inconvenient Truths in IT Projects where I plan to discuss some aspects of software development that are prevalent and need to be discussed, but people don’t like to talk about in polite company. Some of the topics I’m throwing around: No matter how hard you try, your estimates will be wrong. […]
The Five Whys Technique (also known as “Popping the Why Stack”) has long been suggested as a way to get to the ultimate reason for a project. But when you ask why repeatedly, you run the risk of looking quite pedantic and annoying stakeholders. With that in mind, I thought I’d provide a list of […]