You deserve a perfect
Microsoft Business Applications project.
I’ll show you how.
I help Microsoft customers and partners use the Scrum agile framework to successfully implement Microsoft Dynamics 365, PowerApps, PowerBI and Flow.
How can I help you?
I’d love to help you learn to use Scrum to reduce project costs, shrink delivery timelines, mitigate technical risks, and have more fun delivering business apps that everyone will love.
Scrum is simple. But the jargon can be a little confusing. I’ve compiled a handy cheat sheet of Scrum terms. It’ll help you demystify the Scrum framework from A to Z.
Have you ever try to write the perfect requirements specification or project plan for your Power Platform project?
I did. I tried for ten years. Then I started using Scrum.
8 September 2019. Brisbane, Australia.
What if you could cut your Microsoft Business Apps project budget by 20%? It’s possible.
What if you could shrink your implementation time by 40%? Definitely do-able.
Can you really delight all your stakeholders and have fun delivering business apps? You bet!
In 2008, I was working for Debbie, my project sponsor, on a Dynamics CRM project.
We had just finished the Analysis phase of a traditional Sure Step project by publishing a 600 pages requirements specification. But Debbie said it was too vague, contained too much jargon, requirements were missing, and it was too long.
Have your ever read a confusing requirements specification? Or contributed to one? (Hey, no judgement here. I’ve been there too).
Instead of wading through documentation then waiting 18 months for the first release into production, Debbie wanted to regularly review prototypes during the implementation project.
So we switched to Scrum. I didn’t know as much about Scrum back then so I had to share the project with another consultancy. The project was even more successful than expected and we had a blast working on it. Debbie’s company got acquired (partly because of the business applications we had built) and she got promoted.
I love the results that Scrum has delivered for my clients and my teams.
Adopting an agile approach, like Scrum, can be daunting. It can take time and effort and there are common pitfalls you can fall into. I’d love to help. I’ve created a free, mini-course Agile Foundations for Microsoft Business Applications. The course highlights why traditional approaches aren’t working. It introduces agile software development, and will help you understand the basics of the Scrum framework and it’s benefits for Microsoft Business Applications projects.
Did I mention that it’s free. You can sign up and get started today.