Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog


The Agile Contract Manifesto

We are uncovering better ways of aligning contracts with agile collaboration by doing it and helping others to do it. Through our work we have come […]

Introducing the Agile Contract Manifesto

Invitation to an Interactive Discussion with Peter Stevens, Mirko Kleiner and Karsten Eskelund Update: The Agile Contract Manifesto website is now live! You too can sign […]

Top Project Risk Number 1: Delivery Risk

Will I get anything usable at all? Ninety percent of the time and money allocated for your project have been used up. Yesterday your project leadership […]

Top Project Risk Number 2: Time and Budget Risk

“Will it be ready for Christmas?”  Just about every client I ever met has wanted to know the answer to this question. Will it be delivered […]

Top Project Risk Number 3: Scope Risk

Will I get everything I asked for? Imagine it is Saturday, your spouse is about to go out somewhere with the car, and you need groceries. […]

Top Project Risk Number 4: Market Risk

If we build it, will people use it or buy it? Building a product that no-one wants is a great way to lose your entire investment. […]

Top Project Risk Number 5: Technical Risk

Can it really be done? I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man […]

Top Project Risk Number 6: Social Risk

Can the people building the product collaborate effectively? Most projects are not rocket science. When I talk to people about the reasons for their most successful […]

Top Project Risk Number 7: Dependencies, or Resource Risk

Will the people who are needed be available when they are needed? Many organizations are structured around skillsets or technology platforms, e.g. analyst, developer, tester or […]