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Understanding the (Not So) Obvious

Understanding the (Not So) Obvious

Even if you think you understand the other person and what they need, you may not know that you see the subject entirely differently and if you don’t know that, you won’t have a meeting of the minds.

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Middle Tier of Acquisition and Cheeseburger Salad

Middle Tier of Acquisition and Cheeseburger Salad

We may all order from the same menu but different requirements mean different dishes or even different ways of eating the same dish. The same is true of using the six pathways of the Adaptive Acquisition Framework. We can focus specifically on the pathway to what we need instead of eating the dish that fits someone else’s diet better than ours.

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Risk Remains, Even with Agile!!!

Risk Remains, Even with Agile!!!

​There are many misconceptions organizations fall prey to as they move from traditional predictive project management practices to agile product delivery practices. Some of these misconceptions are: “We don’t need documentation, we’re agile!” “We can’t tell you what...

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