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Project Cost Accounting in Agile: Balancing Tradition and Innovation | Part 3 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Apr 16, 2019 10:33:00 AM

Third of Three

This is the third (and last) of a three series blog. Our lesson began where you learned that the Secret of Project Cost Accounting in Agile is Nothing. Then we reminded you to Never Forget Where You Came From and in this blog, we show you how to balance tradition and innovation.

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Our Latest Methodology Obsession: The Bullet Journal

By Praecipio Consulting on Apr 9, 2019 1:48:00 PM

Despite screens, tablets, and monitors -  life as we know it doesn’t revolve entirely around digital. Here at Praecipio Consulting, we found a way to effectively manage our analog and digital life - Meet The Bullet Journal.

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Project Cost Accounting in Agile | Part 2 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Apr 5, 2019 12:00:00 PM

Second of Three

This is the second of a three series blog. When we last left our intrepid writer, we learned that the secret of Project Cost Accounting in Agile is Nothing. Fixed Teams means Fixed Costs. Fixed Teams means predictable velocity. In Kung Fu Panda 2, however, there is a danger lurking on the horizon: Lord Shen (a peacock) believes in a prophecy which leads him to destroy all pandas in China. He also yearns to regain the respect of his family by conquering China with a new weapon. In many organizations, Lord Shen is the dreaded spreadsheet: the ability to modify project costs based on resource leveling and moving Teams to the work.

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Project Cost Accounting in Agile | Part 1 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Mar 28, 2019 5:13:43 PM

First of Three

If you've read my other blog posts or watched one of my webinars, you should be familiar with my tendency to intertwine somewhat unrelated concepts together. I like doing this because it gets folks thinking: thinking about serious business and process things in a totally different context. This is the first of a three series blog. Today's topic: The secret ingredient is nothing.

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Our Pledge to Not Give T-shirts at Atlassian Summit 2019

By Praecipio Consulting on Mar 21, 2019 11:05:54 AM

As a Gold Sponsor for this year’s Atlassian Summit, we get it - t-shirts are cool. And at past Summits, we’ve given away some awesome t-shirts but this year when you come by Praecipio Consulting's booth, expect to be given something much more meaningful... Something even life-changing.

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Could Testing Be the Missing Link for Effective Agile Transformation?

By Praecipio Consulting on Feb 20, 2019 7:03:00 PM

NOTE: The following is a guest post by Tricentis Director of Product, Ryan Yackel.

Topics: testing
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What is DevOps? 3 Steps to Becoming a DevOps Organization

By Amanda Babb on Jan 8, 2019 2:04:00 PM

What is DevOps?

Before we go into depth about the three phases required to fully operate as a DevOps organization, you must first understand DevOps, which has become an increasingly important framework in organizations. DevOps refers to a set of best practices that empower both the operations and development teams to perform more efficiently, exceed organizational goals, and drive long-term business strategy. 

Topics: devops how-to
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Guide to Import Linked Issues into Jira from CSV

By Morgan Folsom on Nov 6, 2018 6:24:00 PM

This resource is for you if you've read Atlassian's documentation but are still confused on how to import linked issues.

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A Review of the State of DevOps Report 2018

By Bryan Robison on Oct 4, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Our partners at Puppet and Splunk recently released the State of DevOps Report 2018 which mirrors many of the same observations that we see when working with our customers. DevOps isn't a sprint, it's a journey, depending on the organization's size, that can take organizations months or years to master. Instead of focusing on statistics like in prior years, this year's report introduces the five stages of a successful DevOps evolution and identifies and describes the practices successful, mature organizations have implemented during their journeys. The report has something to offer to organizations no matter where they are in their process. Even if your organization has employed DevOps for some time, you may be missing a critical component of your implementation.

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Getting to DevOps: Where to start? Where is done?

By Michael Kelly on Sep 25, 2018 11:00:00 AM

As with life, the only constant in DevOps is change. To position your teams to seamlessly flow with the changes and to empower them to innovate, some of the old ideas on Operations and Development practices must be left behind. An integral component of DevOps is culture. An iterative approach to a collective ownership should be taken when planning your move toward a DevOps environment. You can start your DevOps journey by advocating for the adoption of a consolidation of tools designed specifically for DevOps, which provides an environment of transparency and ease of use.

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