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"The current focus on short-term efficiencies could come at the expense of longer-term transformation, the IfG said. These risks are exacerbated by the lack of data that could give an overall impression of departmental and government ICT performance."
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"That desire to control change creates a reinforcing feedback loop, in which the cost of change makes us want to invest up-front, which makes the change expensive later on, which makes us want to invest up-front, and so on."
This link recently saved by nik.silver on December 23, 2011
"Lately I have been hearing much talk about government needing to take more risk and learn from failure (and so on); not least from Sir Gus O’Donnell in an article in the Telegraph yesterday
. But I can’t help feeling that this thinking is more than a bit wobbly: government should be taking lessrisk…"
This link recently saved by nik.silver on October 24, 2011
"Lamri have been commissioned on a number of occasions to help recover Agile projects that have got into trouble, we have NEVER been commissioned to recover an Agile project based on DSDM. My advice to anyone thinking of picking up Agile, take a serious look at DSDM – I know this is not empirical evidence but I don’t see them challenged in the same way or as often as other Agile based projects."
This link recently saved by nik.silver on October 13, 2011
"... However, changes in the world of Agile are afoot and the opportunity for Project Managers to finally do Agile Project Management is steadily emerging as a second wave of Agile adoption is taking place using, what I would describe as, more mature and rigorous Agile implementations."
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Matthew Leitch's survey suggests that the standard approach to project risk management is far too narrow: "The results of this survey indicate an opportunity to rethink guidance on project management to make it more consistent with the basic beliefs shared by most people."