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RTC Adoption Problems: Tool, Education, or Perspective?

I work with CLM customers a lot and sometimes I encounter people struggling to adopt RTC. Once in a while the problem is with RTC – a bug, the rare difficult-to-use feature, etc. Once in a while it’s just a … Continue reading

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Scrum’s Not the Solution for Everyone

Jimmy Bogard has a great post on Why I’m Done with Scrum. Not sure I agree with all his conclusions, but they’re all thoughtful and worth considering. One thing he mentions is that if it Scrum is hard, then you … Continue reading

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If you aint collaborative, you aint Agile

In general I write about specific technical issues on this blog: how to get something done with a Rational tool. I’ve also worked a lot with processes over the years, and I’ve developed some… opinions… about Agile processes. I like … Continue reading

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