How to Survive Death March Projects? (Part 3) – MES041

How to survive Death March Projects Part-3And here we are with the third and last part of how to survive Death March Projects. In episode #37 we have talked about how to define and detect Death March projects. And about your decision whether to leave or stay.

In episode #39 we have tackled the kind of actions you will face if you want to bring such a project to a good end. We have talked about politics and negotiations. About rational negotiations and negotiation games you should know. And how to identify accetable trade-offs or what to do if all negotiations fail.

Episode #40 was about people. How to hire for Death March projects. How to achieve loyalty, commitment and accountability. And the major aspects of communication and team-building.

Finally in this episode I’ll present you some very important processes you should know if you find yourself in a Death March project. And I wanted to highlight tools and technologies which might become handsome for the success of your Death March project, too.

Stay tuned and be inspired.

Essential Answers Provided In This Episode For:

  • How can the concept of triage assist you?
  • When will Requirements Management assist you in Death March projects?
  • What does “good enough” software mean?
  • What kind of tools should you have in mind?
  • Which tools will support knowledge gathering and sharing?
  • Which tools you should have to meet your team mates?
  • And much much more.

Selected Links and Resources From This Episode

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