Some of you may have been following the series I’ve been posting on Release Planning at Enterprise Scale. This series of posts is aggregated under blog the category “Release Planning” and identified as (AERP1-n.) You may find it most helpful to read the posts from oldest (#1) to newest (#n) as it makes a better story.
In any case, I got a little bored with my traditional writing style and its abstracted, top-down description of best practices and thought I’d try a different tact for this important practice. The result is an article that was just published in the Agile Journal, which, by the way, is a great source for continuous and current thinking on the state of this movement. It also offers some of the best and current thinking on adoption patterns as well as team-based and enterprise practices.
This article provides an “inside out” (software practitioners perspective) view of enterprise release planning. You can find it here:
I’m interested to see whether readers find this style of writing effective, or not. Please feel free to comment there (on the content) and here (on the style.)