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April 07, 2011

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Hello Mike,

Good camparison of an expert Psychiatrist with an expert Project Manager.
Both can be bogged dwon with excess information and overconfidence.

The beauty of small iterations in Agile is to take a small step and check(via demo to clients) if you are going in the right direction. It gives you flexibility and agility to adapt to the changing business requirements.

In one sentence, "Bigger Risks are broken down to Smaller Risks which are easy to deal with".

Mahtab Syed

Thanks Mike for sharing the great interesting post. A project manager should read to know a PM traits. Agile development is doing work in very small chunks to eliminate all errors, unnecessary resources and make the process development simple and easy.

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