Maintain Regular, Open Lines of Communication

In This Chapter

• How do you communicate the status of an Agile project?

• To whom do you communicate?

We once worked with a project sponsor who usually asked us to do very small, very limited in scope, and very tight-on-budget projects. We knew his resources were limited, and we did our best to help him out wherever we could.

As part of a request to make some additions to an existing curriculum, he asked if we could save him some time and money on Project Northstar by “just skipping all that status tracking and reporting stuff that you do. You could just focus on getting the work done.”

I replied that a project with a tight timeline and a tight budget like this was exactly the kind ...

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