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5 No Estimates Decision-Making Strategies
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One of the questions that I and other #NoEstimates proponents hear quite often is: How can we make decisions on what projects we should do next, without ...

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The No Estimates principle: The importance of knowing when you are wrong
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You started the project. You spent hours, no: days! estimating the project. The project starts and your confidence in its success is high. Everything goes ...

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How to choose the right project? Decision making frameworks for software organizations
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Frameworks to choose the best projects in organizations are a dime a dozen. We have our NPV (net present value), we have our customized Criteria Matrix, we ...

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What is an Estimate?
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If you don�t know what an estimate is, you can�t avoid using them. So here�s my attempt to define what is an estimate.The "estimates" that I'm concerned ...

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What is Capacity in software development? – The  #NoEstimates journey
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I hear this a lot in the #NoEstimates discussion: you must estimate to know what you can deliver for a certain price, time or effort. Actually, you don�t. ...

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Coming out of the closet – the life and adventure of a traditional project manager turned Agilist
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I�m coming out of the closet today. No, not that closet. Another closet, the tabu closet in the Agile community. Yes, I was (and to a point still am) a ...

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Humans suck at statistics – how agile velocity leads managers astray
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Humans are highly optimized for quick decision making. The so-called System 1 that Kahneman refers to in his book "Thinking fast, thinking slow". One specific ...

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Creating options by slicing features – #NoEstimates technique
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Each feature (or story) in a product backlog contains many undiscovered options. By taking features as they are without slicing them into thin slices of ...

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Real stories of how estimates destroy value in Software Development
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A friend shared with me a few stories about how Estimates are destroying value in his organization. He was kind enough to allow me to share these stories ...

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Why projects fail, is why (we think) they succeed!
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When I started my career as a Project Manager, I too was convinced that following a plan was a mandatory requirement for project success. As I tried to manage ...

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