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June 28, 2013

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Mike, very impressive and well explained article about specifics on how the Oil & Gas Industry can exploit Agile development and project management to increase efficiencies. Liked it so much, I reblogged it on my blog - Agilework.wordpress.com.

great article - years ago I worked in Oil & Gas development projects and these days I am total supporter of Agile methods for all sorts of projects.

My one key question is this: the biggest challenge I see in many businesses and cultures is for people to be able to focus on and even have the skills to identify the uncertainties (even though they will always be there) - how did you go about this?

Hi Kevin,

Thanks for the feedback. I find the demonstration of partial solutions and discussion about next steps naturally identifies and explores uncertainties. We agree on the knows and pursue viable options for the unknowns. It falls out from the process and doing so in a group setting helps build consensus for the emergent solution.

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