Trillium Insights

Thoughts and Insights from Trillium's Practice Leaders

Scrum is chess, scaling Scrum is…

I’ve been getting a fair number of questions lately that go like this: What does Scrum say about ...? - where the remainder of the question is something that Scrum does not prescribe anything for.  I love Schwaber’s chess analogy: you either play chess, or you do not. In the s... Continue reading…

5 Goals of a PM

5 Goals of a PM

These goals are generic to all industries and all types of projects. I set these 5 goals for every project I manage. Goal 1: Finish on time This is the oldest but trickiest goal in the book. It’s the most difficult because the requirements often change during the project and the schedule ... Continue reading…

Chaos Within IT

Chaos Within IT

Recently, we have been working with clients whose development team, infrastructure team, and IT Ops team are at different levels of maturity and that gap in maturity level has been causing havoc.   The symptoms that a company sees when this occurs differ based on where the gap is.  ... Continue reading…

Cloud Provides A New Delivery Capability, But Project Management for Cloud Remains Critical

Cloud Provides A New Delivery Capability, But Project Management for Cloud Remains Critical

Today’s stronger CIOs possess a broad range of skills including a foundation in technology and implementation coupled with strategic vision.  This skill set is continuously challenged as customers adjust their needs and technology evolves. Not only is technology advancing and offering r... Continue reading…