Many new projects experience delays in the “fuzzy front end,” resulting in a compressed
In a federal government contracting milieu, once a procurement is finally awarded, the contractor is expected to instantly spring into action and magically “do the right thing.” time schedule, unrealistic expectations, and staff burnout. How do you start “sprinting” when you don’t know which direction you should be headed, and you haven’t even finished staffing up your team?
Scrum’s “Sprint Zero” is an altogether unsatisfactory answer (although it is now appearing in many government RFPs).
What techniques can help us get started?
automated kanban tools helped turn chaos into useful progress and ultimately into In this we will trace the evolution of a project for the US Department of Homeland Security from a vague idea to a completed prototype and see how personal kanban, aggregated personal kanban, kanban boards, physical boards talkandflow.