No project plan goes unchanged, and that's okay. So here are 3 ways to better manage your agile project scope when the inevitable happens.
Atomic does not engage in fixed bid, fixed scope custom software projects because we are not in the business of selling insurance.
One of Atomic's key values is “Act Transparently.” It’s counterintuitive to most working in sales, but it's critical to a successful outcome.
A screencast is a great way to capture knowledge that can be consulted at any time. Here are a few tips for making a good one, efficiently.
There’s been a lot of buzz recently around the idea of a four-day, 32-hour work week. I’m curious to see how this concept plays out in reality.
I propose that we stop measuring throughput or velocity. Instead, companies should empower software teams to make value estimates on individual work items.
There are plenty of reasons products fail. Don’t let yours be that you didn’t empower your product owner to do everything they could to deliver success.
Virtual career fairs are valuable for both students and employers. But these virtual events have distinct differences from traditional career fairs.
There are three simple management levers - scope, cost/time, and quality. You can fix two of the levers, but the third lever can only be managed.
On every custom software project, something will go wrong. That makes milestone-based payments a horrible idea—they cause stress, and somebody always loses.
During our sales conversations, we'll help you create an engagement model to compare different plans/schedules — finding the best use of your budget.
Every consultant must learn to say no — to special cases, cool new ideas, extra responsibilities, etc. It's your duty to protect your project. And yourself.