In this episode of the Dynamics Mechanics podcast, we discuss the challenges faced by customers who try to build a greenfield Dynamics 365 business application with in-house developers without guidance or direction from an experienced consulting partner or individual. While there is development involved when building complex systems there is a learning curve that must be taken into consideration. Project teams that attempt to learn the Dynamics platform and meet project deadlines tend to get their experience at the customer’s expense.
I was listening to Neil Benson’s Scrum Dynamics podcast on implementing Dynamics 365 using Scrum on my way to the office this morning. I started to recant my own project experiences over the past several years and the challenges I’ve faced. Neil made some interesting points and I thought it would be nice to augment his content with some stories of personal experiences I’ve had using Scrum on my own projects.
Technical debt is one of those things that development teams are aware of but typically put on the back burner to address later. If the project manager and business stakeholders have been informed of the debt it is usually too… Read More ›
If you’ve ever seen a committee in action, you may know that they tend to not get things done very quickly if at all. The United States Congress is a great example of a committee that is very successful at… Read More ›
When it comes to project delivery there are certain things that team members can say that may not be conducive to success. In this article we specifically discuss when a business analyst infamously declares “I don’t code”.