“OnTime” and the Agile Manifesto, my experience

Tenant #9:

 Simplicity–the art of maximizing the amount of work not done–is essential.

OnTime 2010:

I found the windows version of OnTime very easy to install and use.  It took me about thirty minutes to install the tool for the first time and within an hour I was proficient enough to start planning my first project.  Additionally, Axosoft provide tons of free training for anyone desiring a formal introduction to the tool.  This has definitely help my team implement lean practices in getting our project work done efficiently.

Tenant #10:

The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.

OnTime 2010:

This tool makes it very easy to keep the requirements and design documents attached to each feature.  This capability enables the team to keep everything organized and always available to the entire team. 

Tenant #11:

At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly.

OnTime 2010:

This tool has made it possible to keep all our project work in one place which has proven to be invaluable from a “lesson learned” point of view.  Thanks to OnTime my team is able to more easily estimate new similar projects.  Lastly, the “User Dash Board” makes it extremely easy to quickly determine the status of a project via an attractive visual display.

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3 Responses to “OnTime” and the Agile Manifesto, my experience

  1. Allison says:

    Agile Antipattern: Changing the Definition of Done Bob Hartman discusses how the prrssuee to meet deadlines is simply deficit spending on your project with a bill that will get paid off sooner than you think.

  2. Amir says:

    Agile Antipattern: Changing the Definition of Done Bob Hartman discusses how the prseruse to meet deadlines is simply deficit spending on your project with a bill that will get paid off sooner than you think.

  3. Michelle says:

    The agility you refer to here is the prpcinile reason I work for myself and not a large corporation. I can’t stand red tape and time wasting.

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