It’s three weeks to go until Summit Phoenix 2018 (15 to 18 October at the Phoenix Convention Center). In this post, I share my favourite sessions from the 249 Customer Engagement sessions on offer as well as some of the Microsoft keynote and partner events. There’s just about enough time to register. I hope to see you there.Read More
The winner of the Customery September Giveaway competition is announced inside. The prize this month was a copy of Jeff Patton’s User Story Mapping book in which you can learn all about the user story mapping method for visualising your product backlog and ensure your team is building the right Dynamics 365 features.Read More
In Scrum Dynamics episode 14, I provide a behind-the-scenes peek into ‘Orientation Week’ in my Dynamics 365 project kicking off this week, the Jupiter Programme.
Orientation Week (O-Week) is designed to onboard two Scrum teams so that they can start delivering the Dynamics 365 workstream of an enterprise programme as quickly as possible. I talk through some of the planned O-Week activities and provide my assessment of some of the project’s risks and strengths.Read More
Microsoft partners and customers are transitioning to Scrum to implement Dynamics 365. In addition to Dynamics 365 certifications, getting your Scrum certification can help you stand out as the best candidate for your next role. In this article, I outline options describing how Dynamics 365 implementers can get their Scrum certification.Read More
With a Dynamics 365 roadmap, your stakeholders will be able to visualise your Dynamics 365 project's scope, timeline, resources and costs in a single, simple chart. Roadmaps can be produced in a couple of hours for small projects, and quickly updated after each release. In this article, you’ll learn how to produce a Dynamics 365 roadmap in a fraction of the time taken to produce a traditional project plan.Read More