How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part2 – Business Benefits over Business Requirements

May 27th, 2015

In my previous blog post, I explored how “small batch funds release” can be an enabler for organisations starting their agile journey constrained by a traditional fixed scope, time and cost business case. With this more flexible but also more tightly controlled funding process in place, it is time to turn our attention to navigating […]

How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part1 – Small Batch Funds Release

May 4th, 2015

How do you embrace change when your hands are tied by corporate red tape? Many organisations I work with have existing business cases with fixed scope, time and cost expectations when they first decide to “go agile”. The early conversations about “going agile” are generally prompted by either some misstep with a previous project or […]

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