Project Collaboration Roundup – Six Articles Worth Reading

Posted on 21. Jul, 2011 by ger in New Ways to Work

Are you interested in project collaboration and making your organization more agile? Here’s some recent articles that caught our eye.

Collaboration was hot 20-years ago and it’s back in vogue now. Michael Glavich asks “Why then and why now?”. Richard Rashty looks back a slightly shorter timeframe. Richard believes this time it’s different. Information has accelerated, the technology is better but most crucially the consumer experience has changed people.

Gartner and ReadWriteWeb are a bit more circumspect. They believe a few myths need to be dispelled first. For Carol Rozwell at Gartner “…IT leaders should first identify real business problems and key performance indicators (KPIs) that link to business goals.”

Bill Ives believe’s this time the focus on people, engagement (with the associated business benefits) and purpose will make the difference.

If you’re interested in agile planning check out how the Certification team at Canonical do planning poker. Their last game was in Dublin.

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