In the last part of our blog series, we dealt with the specifications of a project. Today we discuss the issue of responsibilities and ongoing communication.
In the last part of our series, we talked about "Agile work at a fixed price". We realized that detailed requirements in terms of a project specification are the key to agile management of fixed-price projects. Today, we’ll deal with those project specifications.
In the first part of our blog serie we discovered why we need "objectives" to give projects a solid base to succeed. In this blog post we will describe how to manage agile projects for a fixed price. Doesn't work? Es it does, if you respect some rules and do a detailled planning.
Many of you who work on projects every day have enjoyed great success with them, but then again, there are also those projects that don't achieve their financial goals, or slip over the timeline or don't deliver the results they should.
When you start a new project, you want your client to be happy with your solution because then you’ll get paid for what you’ve delivered. But what if your customer isn’t happy with your project results? Most likely, you won’t get paid the full amount of your order.