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On this day (2/28) in 1994 Lorena Bobbitt was released from a state psychiatric hospital in Virginia, five weeks after being acquitted by reason of insanity for mutilating her husband, John Bobbitt. Now, 20 years later, something else that’s insane … Continue reading
In a post in the Agile Management blog, I outlined the idea that agile development could be applied to Construction Management. There are some terms that have been customized in this VersionOne instance, including Phase instead of Epic, Trade instead … Continue reading
Twice a week we stream an hour long live product demo that provides a high level overview of the application. We encourage and want all the demos to be highly interactive so feel free to ask any questions you may … Continue reading
Realizing that our customers definitely qualify as learned folks, we figured that we had better immediately address the dangers of Cross Site Scripting and HTML injection in rich text controls… before customers started calling into support to inquire why we hadn’t taken heed to Aesop’s warnings. Continue reading
TeamRoom makes a great information radiator! If you’ve finally convinced the pointy haired boss to pony up for some TVs in your physical team room, consider these benefits of having an agile TeamRoom. Continue reading
In agile development, we work on the item that has the biggest bang for the buck. Here are some tips on how to apply this concept at the agile portfolio level in VersionOne. Continue reading
More and more customers are discussing Lean influences in their process, especially at the portfolio planning level and with operational groups. Here’s a quick summary of the Kanban functionality VersionOne offers. Continue reading
Release forecasting helps Product Owners get a good prediction of the amount of work that can be done on a project during a particular timeframe. The data entered into the fields in VersionOne allows you to play out various “what-if” scenarios for your project. Continue reading
Yesterday we announced our Fall Release including the new TeamRoom environment created just for agile teams, and we saw record participation in the first of 3 live demo webinars going on Nov. 8, 13 & 20. Continue reading
How does your organization create stories? If you break down stories into tasks and tests but only to serve as reminders, then the Project-level burndown chart is your friend. Continue reading