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Allan Kelly was an early exponent of the #NoProjects movement, one of whose key tenets is:
“If you want to start a project, you’ve already failed”
Allan runs workshops on fresh thinking (thought leadership) and Agile team trainings He is also an Agile coach, speaks at conferences and events and spends a great deal of time at ‘Agile on the beach’.
Somewhere in amongst all of this, Allan finds the time to write some excellent books such as:
- Project Myopia
- Continuous Digital
- The Little Book of User Stories FAQ
This episode may appear to tilt toward the software and digital spaces, but regular listeners will be aware that here at Wicked Problems I encourage listeners who are involved in other fields to think about how the concepts being discussed might also be applied to help them too, as many of these concepts cross pollinate.
Remember – a Wicked Problem is, amongst other things, a problem with no obvious stopping condition.
Lastly – can you spot where the technical glitch in recording this episode took place? (We did our best to smooth over it!)
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Allan Kelly helps software development and other digital delivery teams to effectively deliver products using agile approaches.
He provides inspiring Agile training to teams and advice for leaders. He works across technology and business teams, both being part of the solution; something he calls call #BizTech. He was an early, and vigorous, exponent of the #NoProjects movement.
- Allan’s Book – Project Myopia: Why projects damage software #NoProjects
- All of Allan’s Books