Tag Archives: Scope containment

My most epic project

The biggest project of my career was a Y2k project for a state agency. The project was a huge challenge by itself. To make things more interesting, it had a fixed timeline (Y2k) and a customer who didn’t typically do … Continue reading

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The edge of scope

I don’t think I coined this term, but my colleagues think I might have. Imagine for a moment: you are working on a project with a hard deadline. You simply must hit your deadline. In that case, your greatest foe … Continue reading

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Wrong again

Anyone who knows me will tell you how much I love this quote: For any question, there is an infinite number of wrong answers and very few right answers. – Robert Baldyga Of course, you could argue that a true/false … Continue reading

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