Posts made in May, 2012

  

Inattentional Blindness

The human visual / perceptual system works less well than we think it does. We believe that we observe everything in our field of vision, but in reality our limited processing power means that we only really process and thus see what we are paying attention to. We become blind to everything else. This phenomenon […]

Industry Adoption of Agile

Agile methods have seen a surge of adoption within I.T. in the last few years. Agile is clearly not a fad or limited to early adopters – it has entered the mainstream and is here to stay. For those of you not yet using Agile, I wanted to provide statistics and recommendations from widely-recognized industry […]

Adopting Agile in Government

As Agile is seeing widespread adoption in many industry sectors, what about within government (public sector) organizations? Can Agile work within governments? What are some challenges and risks to watch out for? I’m giving a presentation on this topic Thursday, May 17th, 2012 at noon that aims to answer these questions and provide guidance based […]