Gestione Commesse in NAV (NAV Project Management Module)

My Last Video on Youtube: “Gestione Commesse in NAV (NAV Project Management Module)”


.. also available on Slideshare


Portable Kanban and Kanban for Outlook Addins

What is Kanban? Is it possible to use it for personal task management? … Sure !

Kanban Board:

Definition here:


Nice book about Kanban: “Agile Project Management with Kanban (Developer Best Practices) 1st Edition”

Nice Blog here:


Below some Applications and Outlook Addins to simulate “Kanban Boards” for personal planning, tracking & control; for teams management the better solution is Always an “Agile Integrated Online Solution” ex: “Kanbantools, Asana, Visual Studio Online and Others good solutions…)

“Portable Kanban” … a great tool by Dmitry Ivanov, free to use.

Visit the post for more:  Dmitry Ivanov

Direct Download link:

“Kanban for Outlook Addin (2013, 365) from Microsoft”

kanban oilook

Kanban Board is a visualizing tool for the Outlook, which splits tasks upon their status.”

.. a nice kanban addin for Outlook.

Direct Download link:

my Best Choice !!!   “Kanban Task Manager for Outlook 2″

kanban ADDIN

kanbva 3

kanba excel

.. a great kanban addin for Outlook !! .. the best choice!

Direct Download link:

Kanban in Visual Studio Online e in Team Foundation Server

kanban animated

..another nice free solution is “personal kanban-with-google-spreadsheet”


Direct Download link:

…the last tool.. “my-personal-kanban”… a great free tool with nice cloud support..  : “My Personal Kanban”

My Personal kanban: “This is a one page HTML/JavaScript application for people who would like to use simple and basic Kanban board for their personal stuff”

Direct Download link: are welcome !

Free Online Scrum Master Training and Scrum Master Manifesto

Free Online Scrum Master Training and Scrum Master Manifesto

Free Online Scrum Master Training: The fun way to learn about Agile/Scrum, prepare for Scrum Master certification / Agile certification (CSM, CSPO, PSM, or PMI-ACP), and debunk popular misconceptions.

scm logo

Introduction to Scrum

Backlog Refinement Meeting

Sprint Planning Meeting

Daily Scrum Meeting

Sprint Review Meeting

Sprint Retrospective Meeting


Scrum Master Manifesto

“We believe the ScrumMaster is a full-time position for one person on one Scrum team”

scrum master

12 ScrumMaster Pocket Principles…

1.    Dedicated Delivery Improver

2.    Foster Continuous Improvement

3.    Help Continuous Improvement

4.    Empower Coach Deliver

5.    Nurtures The Team

6.    Transparent Team Helper

7.    Commitment To Excellence

8.    Empathetic Evangelistic Guide

9.    Resistant Persistent Dedicated

10.  Help The Team

11.  Awareness Then Improvement

12.  Agile Driving Force

Top 10 things a ScrumMaster usually forgets to focus on (but is not SOLELY responsible for) …

1.    Redefining career paths and goals to be more scrum focussed

2.    Missing Product Backlog items

3.    Team issues aren’t being discussed because they are too uncomfortable

4.    Appropriate balance between end-to-end system test and unit tests

5.    Playing back the team’s progress against the proposed release plan

6.    All tests roll up into the continuous integration results

7.    Team members realise the benefits of refactoring

8.    Code is regularly peer reviewed

9.    Pair programming is being utilised

10.  Definition of done is being expanded

Scrum vs. Traditional Project Management

Scrum vs. Traditional Project Management

This article is very interesting (and very clear) and summarized in a few lines the differences between the traditional PM (Project Management FoundamentalsParameters) and Scrum Vision.

Source from

SCRUM Foundamentals

Scrum in 6 minutes

Scrum Process Schema


Scrum Principles & Scrum Phases & Processes

Scrum vs. Traditional Project Management Vision

“Traditional project management emphasizes on conducting detailed upfront planning for the project with emphasis on fixing the scope, cost and schedule – and managing those parameters. Whereas, Scrum encourages data-based, iterative decision making in which the primary focus is on delivering products that satisfy customer requirements.

To deliver the greatest amount of value in the shortest amount of time, Scrum promotes prioritization and Time-boxing over fixing the scope, cost and schedule of a project. An important feature of Scrum is self-organization, which allows the individuals who are actually doing the work to estimate and take ownership of tasks.

Following table summarizes many of the differences between Scrum and traditional project management:”

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You can find another nice post about Successful Scrum implementation here:

11 Tips for a Successful Scrum Implementation

SCRUM Methodology (in Italian Language)


Others nice links here:

MY Better Scrum applications:

Scrumwise, Better Scrum >

Asana >